Gabrielle Venturi

Gabrielle Venturi
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Gabrielle was born and raised in Denver, but has spent most of her adult life outside of the United States. She graduated with degrees in English Literature and Spanish from the University of Toronto, and afterward worked for 5 years on research projects at a Mesoamerican Studies foundation. A city girl with mountain roots, Gabrielle has lived and traveled extensively in South & Central America and is just as comfortable tottering in high heels on the tango floor as she is trekking the wilds of Patagonia.

What Our Clients Have To Say About Gabrielle:

Gabrielle is priceless. A joy to work with and so knowledgeable and helpful and responsive that I think of her as a friend! -Bob and Patricia Anderson, Kingston, WA

Gabrielle was wonderful to work with. Everything she planned for us was exactly what we like to do. -Craig Johnson, Encinitas, CA

Gabrielle’s practical advice helped us tailor a fantastic and effortless vacation. She is an ultimate professional, prompt, courteous and kind, and she treated me with ultimate respect and courtesy. She worked miracles within our budget and did a great job creating an epic memory for us. -Ruth A. Pavilonis, Copperopolis, CA

Most Recent Posts:

Kayaking in Patagonia

Posted by on January 18th, 2013
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Many of our travelers head to Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina, with the desire of seeing the park’s namesake: glaciers. The Perito Moreno Glacier is famous for its incredible rate of movement (up to 2 meters per day) and the fact that you can hike on it and gaze into its eerie blue depths. For […]

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The Estancias of Argentine Patagonia

Posted by on December 6th, 2012
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When many people picture Argentine Patagonia they envision the famous granite towers of Mt. Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. In their eagerness to visit these stunning peaks many travelers stay in the transportation hub of El Calafate, but to do so is to miss the opportunity to experience another essential part of Patagonia: the estancia. […]

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Tigre and the Paraná Delta

Posted by on October 30th, 2012

For many of our travelers, the cosmopolitan allure of Buenos Aires is enough to keep them busy and satisfied for a few days.  For some, a day or two in the metropolis is enough, and they want a chance to escape the urban density and reconnect with nature.  One great day trip from Buenos Aires […]

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