Patagonia: Images That Inspire

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl August 29, 2016 0
Patagonia Photo Tour

Photo © Expedition Leader Cassiano “Zapa” Zaparoli

The Andes mountains of southern Chile and Argentina have some of the most iconic and sweeping scenery in the world, so it’s no wonder that the natural wonders of Patagonia have seduced photographers for as long as there have been cameras to capture its wild, poetic landscapes.

Each year, our naturalist Expedition Leaders venture forth with a few lucky photo adventure enthusiasts to capture stunning images of Patagonia’s extraordinary alpine and glacial landscapes. By sharing the some of the most captivating images that nature has to offer with the world, our hope is that worldwide appreciation and inspiration increases global support for conservation of these special natural places.

Here are a few of our favorite nature, landscape and wildlife images that capture the rugged spirit of the wild beauty that is…Patagonia!

Fitz Roy Massif in Patagonia

Photograph the celebrated Fitz Roy Massif in the ethereal light of a southern fall.

Torres del Paine National Park in Chile

Photo © Expedition Leader Eric Rock

Sunrise at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, offers one of the most breathtaking views on the planet.

Andean Condor in Patagonia

Mountain wildlife in this region of Patagonia includes Andean condors, sierra finches, foxes, pumas, and Guanacos (related to the llama).

EcoCamp Patagonia

Not to be outdone by the stunning mountains and wildlife, EcoCamp Patagonia, our accommodation near Torres del Paine, epitomizes remote and sustainable luxury at its finest.

Patagonia Nature Adventure

Photo © Expedition Leader Eric Rock

Of course, no foreign travel experience is complete without truly connecting with the locals in a way that supports their cultural, economic and social heritage, something we always strive to do on our tours.

Experience (and photograph) the scenic drama of the Andes in both Chile and Argentina on one compact, yet comprehensive, Patagonia photo expedition.

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