We’re pleased and excited to open for registration the new Patagonia Photography Adventure, March 21-31, 2021, with optional extension to Iguazu Falls (March 31 – April 4, 2021). This is a small photography group (6-12 people) with logistics provided by a major travel company, and is for me a dream trip that I am unlikely to repeat.
Click here for the complete itinerary (PDF), here for the Patagonia Photography Adventure Reservation Form, and here for the Iguazu Falls Extension Reservation Form. Please read the itinerary carefully, and let us know if you have any questions.
Refer to the reservation forms for trip cost and payment schedules. Note that a $500 early-bird discount will apply to the first six registrations.
Patagonia Photography Adventure: Argentina’s Peaks and Glaciers
Some of the most spectacular mountains on our planet are found in Argentina’s Los Glaciare National Park, home to the sky-piercing peaks of the Fitz Roy massif. In collaboration with Wilderness Travel, we have created a photographic adventure that reveals the very best of this grand scale paradise, where rivers of ice pour down from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
With options each day, our walks and hikes lead us to stunning photographic locations to capture the spires of Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. We will visit the park’s magnificent glacier and the massive ice wall of Perito Moreno, one of Argentina’s natural wonders. Back at our comfortable rural estancias, including Helsingfors and Cristina, with their exclusive wilderness locations, we’ll celebrate each amazing day with home-cooked Patagonian fare and fine Argentine wines.
Optional Iguazu Falls Extension
One of the most stunning natural wonders in the world, Iguazú Falls stretches a full mile across the Rio Parana, with 275 separate cascades—one third on the Brazilian side, two thirds on the Argentinian side—laced with rainbows and plunging hundreds of feet in a mist-shrouded subtropical landscape, truly an other-worldly spectacle. The cascades form part of the Iguazú National Park, known for more than 400 different species of birds. A walk along the footbridges of the park is a chance to spot colorful toucans and other birds. The park was declared a Natural World Heritage for Humanity by UNESCO in 1984. The Falls can be reached by paths, footbridges, and Zodiac, offering a number of different perspectives.