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Paulo Salvador Jimenez Veron

I was born and raised in Paraguay, I came to Argentina to study Tourism and fell in love with the country, which welcomed me with open arms and adopted me eighteen years ago.
I am fascinated by its history, folklore, and traditional dances, dancing being my other passion along with travel!

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Our trips are carefully tailored using our on-the-ground knowledge of Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay and the strong relationships that we have built with our partners. We specialize in unique and off-the-beaten-track experiences as well as the very personal attention we give to our guests while they are here. "

How did you get involved in travel?

"I first started working in the airline business and traveled throughout Argentina and its neighboring countries getting to know each region, its charming and colorful people, amazing cultures, and its delicious cuisines. These trips inspired me to start working on organizing other people's holidays."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"I remember studying about the Iguazu Falls, about its history, geography, and installations but it was nothing like the first time I stand in front of them, no one had ever told me about its real dimensions, about its energy and when I was there looking at all that amount of water falling I could not stop thinking... This happens every second, every minute, every day, all this water, all this amazingness... Being able to share that feeling is what I love the most about my job."

Paulo Salvador is part of the following groups: Uruguay Travel Agents, Argentina Travel Agents, Chile Travel Agents
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Buenos Aires Culinary Experience

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Trekking & Canoeing in Tierra del Fuego National Park

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...

Snorkeling with Sea Lions in Puerto Madryn

Puerto Madryn is located on Argentina's Atlantic coast, in the north of Patagonia. You might even consider this pleasant coastal town the gateway to Patagonia and all the natural splendor for which it is known. But Puerto Madryn itself is famous for its abundant marine life, particularly the area...

El Calafate to Los Glaciares National Park - Perito Moreno Glacier Trek

Los Glaciares National Park, located in the Santa Cruz province of southern Argentina, covers nearly 1.5 million acres and is home to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. It's a Unesco World Heritage Site that draws hundreds of thousands of international visitors each year. They come to view some...

Hiking Bariloche

There's no better way to get to the heart of Argentina's famous Lake District than on a mountain hike around Llao Llao Municipal Park. Located just a few kilometers northwest of Bariloche, this protected area is situated on the lakeshore of Nahuel Huapi and takes up a relatively small area (just...

Mendoza Wine Tour

No visit to Mendoza is complete without discovering its rich wine culture. This experience includes visits to the most famous wine destinations around Mendoza, from the area around the town of Luján de Cuyo to the fertile soil of the Maipú Valley. It's a fun-filled excursion that mixes equal...