Delfina Russo

Travel Designer

I was born and grew up in Buenos Aires and explored a lot of Latin America with my family. Long road trips to Patagonia or to beautiful beaches in Brazil will always be in my memories. I moved to Europe and fell in love with this ancient continent, but Latin America will always be special to me; it’s the people, food and the diverse landscapes – you’re pretty much guaranteed to meet some incredible characters on a journey here. Strolling the colourful streets of Cartagena, trying local fruits, swimming in a cenote in Mexico, and walking on the granite peaks in El Chalten in Patagonia are some of my favourite memories and places I would go back to a million times.

Latin America

My most memorable trip

Salta, Argentina

My trips to northwest Argentina have been truly special. My expectations were exceeded by the natural beauty of Jujuy and Salta. A truly off the beaten path destination for those who want to experience unique landscapes and fascinating culture.

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On my bucket list

Pacific Coast, Mexico

I would love to travel to Mexico's Pacific Coast, it has been on my bucket list for a long time. I would love to see its small charming towns, try local food and explore the culture.

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See where I’ve travelled

My favourite trip

Luxury South America Food and Wine

This trip is definetely your go to if you are a foodie looking to explore the best wonders of Latin America. You will be amazed by diverse cuisines in the most epic backdrops.

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nayara tented camp

My favourite hotel

Nayara Tented Camp

This Costa Rican gem takes luxury to a whole new level. It combines the thrill of camping with the comforts of a high-end hotel, offering an unforgettable experience for guests. The perfect blend for those looking for confort and adventure.

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What my clients say

My top tips

To experience El Chalten without the crowds, start your treak early early in the morning to enjoy the unique mountain peaks in silence.

In Argentina, try as many empanadas as you can and for dessert nothing beats a "panqueque with dulce de leche".

When visiting Iguazu Falls, take a dry change of clothes, you will need them!

When in Patagonia I recommend you bring layers of clothing - the weather is notoriously changeable.


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