Jewish Heritage trips to Argentina

A trip to warm your soul

ARGENTINA
Home to the largest Jewish Community
in Latin America

#1 Jewish Heritage destination in South America



The Jewish community in Argentina dates back to 140 years ago. In 1862, La Congregacion Israelita de Buenos Aires held the first minyan. By the early 1900s, there were 100,000 Jewish immigrants in Argentina, mostly from Eastern Europe. Some established themselves in the Pampas, the fertile lowlands of Argentina, becoming gauchos (cowboys) who established Jewish rural agricultural communities. The Jewish community in Argentina today is the largest in Latin America. Of a total population of 41.45 million people, about 240,000 are Jewish, the majority of which live in Buenos Aires. There are approximately 70 synagogues, 60 Jewish educational institutions, and 20 kosher restaurants in Buenos Aires.

Tailormade trips by Kosherlat's experts according 
the interests, backgrounds and needs of your group!
(Congregations, high schools, seniors, etc)

Valeria Duek is an experienced Argentina travel specialist offering her clients a unique travel experience that not only leaves them with incredible memories, but also with a yearning to experience more.
Professional custom designed itineraries offered by Valeria ensure that all her clients’ travel requirements are met. She is passionate about developing trips to warm the soul.

Valeria was born, raised and educated in Buenos Aires.

Regarding her Jewish education, she attended the elementary school Bet-El, which belongs to the congregation of the same name, founded by the Rabbi Marshall Meyer, who also created the Seminario Rabínico Latinoamericano, where she continued her Judaic studies at the Solomon Shechter Institute.

After studying at the University of Tel Aviv for a year, she came back to Argentina where she graduated as a Psychologist from the University of Buenos Aires.

Valeria organized Jewish trips to Argentina to Temple Emanuel of Newton, North Shore Hebrew Academy High-School, Pasadena Jewish Temple & Center and B’nai Jeshurun NY.

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Valeria Duek - KosherLat Director
Buenos Aires, Argentina



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