Loli Delger was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Since a young age, owner of a free spirit, she set off to explore different corners of the world. She has been working in the luxury travel and hospitality businesses for over 12 years, managing luxury fly fishing lodges and boutique hotels in Mexico, Patagonia and Buenos Aires, teaching skiing and snowboarding and working as a Private Chef in Aspen, Co. and Argentina.
A few years ago she settled back in Buenos Aires and driven by
her passion for the business created The Hummingbird Trip – Private Concierge and Consulting, delivering to her clients unique and attention to detail oriented experiences in South America, and providing with consulting services to hospitality projects. Recently managed Tailor Made Hotel, ranked, during her 2 years management, Buenos Aires’ #1 Hotel in popularity by Trip Advisor.
Loli carefully plans and supervises every aspect of your trip and travels alongside upon request
This long and extremely narrow strip between the Andes mountains and the Pacific Ocean encloses a wide array of ski resorts, volcanoes, beaches, fjords, altiplano lakes, glaciers and even a desert presented in a very dramatic version.
Immerse in the ancient indigenous culture, enjoy world re known seafood, beef, and wine.
Between the Pacific Ocean and the Cordillera de los Andes, Atacama is an immense extension of land and mystery and the world’s driest desert.
Home of pre-Columbian Andean cultures of South America, enjoy its volcanoes, salt flats and hot springs that add natural splendor to the culture. Atacama is the closest you can get to the Milky Way.
An extended section of Chilean’s coastline exposes countless fjords diving into the Pacific Ocean in a dramatic and explosive way.
This area is of difficult land access and most travelers navigate the Pacific waters marveling with this beauty.
Torres del Paine
Across and over the Andes Mountains from the Argentinean Glaciers National Park on the Chilean territory sits Torres del Paine, a breathtaking National Park to enjoy great hiking, horse back riding, climbing, mountaineering, kayaking and rafting.
Argentina is home of Gauchos, Tango, Polo, Soccer fans, Patagonia, the Iguazu Falls, and internationally renowned beef and wine.
It is the eighth largest country in the world counting with an extensive number of climates and landscapes. Whether you’d like to go shopping and delight yourself with outstanding cuisine in European like Buenos Aires, go extreme hiking and skiing untamed volcanoes in Patagonia or relax while sipping on a great Malbec wine in a vineyard in Mendoza… it’s all possible here.
Pampas, mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, lakes, deserts, beaches, wetlands, rain forests and waterfalls, steppes and savannas make of Argentina a Country with a vast variety of destinations possible to discover in uncountable ways.
Salta and Jujuy
The curtness of the Argentinean Northwest lands are softened by its kind and warm local people and their gorgeous hand woven works.
Explore Purmamarca, a small charming village of pre hispanic origin located 2192 meters above sea level. Taste the best empanadas and locro at some random adobe house lined in Tilcara’s steep and narrow streets while getting and unbeatable view of the Quebrada de Humahuaca.
Salta and Jujuy are provinces with a large population of indigenous farmfolk, a rich historical and cultural legacy, breathtaking landscapes and home to the best Torrontes white wine in the country.
Built by Eurpoeans, this sexy, alive and supremely vibrant city is an eclectic combination of glass skyscrapers with 19th century buildings.
Walk around the parks in Palermo, meet the residents (porteÃ±os), go antique shopping in San Telmo, get a quick Tango lesson and enjoy a juicy steak after visiting chic Recoleta. But don’t get too tired as its glamorous nightlife will keep you dancing the night away.
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