Meet Sofia Zorraquin, member of Blue Parallel’s Operations team. She was born and raised in the Argentine grasslands known as the Pampas, which are frequented with polo fields, country estates, and the backbone of Argentina’s rural “gaucho” history. Although she has her countryside roots, she is cosmopolitan in character from her numerous independent travels through Latin America and Europe. She left her home to study tourism in the capital Buenos Aires at the best university for this major. Now, she brings her knowledge of polo and cowboy culture to the team.
Favorite place you’ve been to with Blue Parallel:
Torres del Paine
When planning a personal trip, what do you always include?
Places with a rich local culture
Most memorable #BPontheGround moment:
Watching the sunset at Perito Moreno Glacier
If you could instantly learn a new language, it would be:
Describe Blue Parallel in one word:
Travel accessory you can’t live without:
One thing people are surprised to find out about you is:
My “allergy” to big cities, I always need to live with some nature around.
Next destination on your bucket list: