I have been a professional in tourism for more than 14 years and I have had an opportunity to visit most of the incredible places in Argentina and Chile., where you may find beautiful landscapes: mountains, rivers, lakes, glaciers, and waterfalls; large and small charming towns; ancient culture and history; exceptional gastronomy. Each and every one of these special places will make you fall in love and will leave an indelible mark in your memory.
I look forward to sharing my own experience and putting together the perfect trip for you!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Argentina, Chile, Uruguay: most of the tourist places in each country.
Classic tours, Off-road and adventure activities, luxury and private tours, group tours, Antarctic Cruises, incentive tours. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I moved to Argentina, to study and started to travel across the country, every time I had a possibility. The landscapes I saw, the culture, and the history I discovered were inspiring and I decided to share my experiences with travelers."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My first visit to El Calafate and Perito Moreno Glacier. It was winter, but the weather was really great - very sunny. My friends and I were walking along the walkways of the National Park, enjoying the view of the glacier, talking, sharing our sensations, but we were startled when we heard a strong noise. It sounded like a storm was heading towards us accompanied by thunder. We all looked up but saw nothing but the blue sky, not even one single cloud. And then we realized where the noise came from and turned suddenly our looks to the glacier, just in time to see how a great part of the ice was falling down into the lake. We stopped talking for some time looking firmly to the Glacier and hoping to hear the "thunder" again, but Glacier did not want to put another show for us, unfortunately. Anyway, it is an experience I am sure I will never forget. "
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Tierra del Fuego National Park is one of the most frequently visited places around Ushuaia, the southernmost city before Antarctica. It's close to the city and isn't expensive to enter, which means it's wide open for locals and visitors alike. It covers a sizeable 155,000 acres, so this...
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Recent trip reviews for Oleksandra
Axel, who stepped in for Oleksandra, was also...
Mar 9 - Mar 22, 2023
An amazing trip to remember.
Mar 9 - Mar 22, 2023
Thanks to Axel and Oleksandra for helping to create a very memorable experience for my friend and I. We planned an amazing trip through Patagonia, beginning in Santiago, and ending in Buenos Aires. Calafate and El Chaten were definitely highlights. Axel checked in with us throughout our journey. I will absolutely use KimKim again, and I’ve been recommending it to everyone.
A Great Trip *in Spite of* A Poor Travel Agency Experience
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All told we are quite happy with our Chilean road trip, but if you are open to some points going forward,
here are my Chile notes and recommendations for future bookings. -Santiago: quite happy with this our arrival and starting off point;
- Temuco: I would personally scratch the hotel stay here,as for the one night stay, it was constant 1 hr. traffic fight to go into the City and then... Read more