Join us for a luxury photo tour to Patagonia & the Falkland Islands. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opporturnity for aspiring nature photographers and adventurous travellers alike. See some of the world's most stunning wildlife and scenery, accompanied buy expert guides. Hilites of the tour include include visiting penguin colonies, climbing glaciers and savouring fine Chilean wines. January 17th - February 3rd, 2008.
Patagonia is one of the most stunning places on the planet. Offering spectacular panoramas and pristine wilderness, it is a must-see destination for world travellers. Highlights of our tour to Patagonia incluse glacier climbing, Chilean vineyards, and Tierra del Fuegos National Park. Hotel Rio Serrano has absolutely incredible views of the mountains of Torres del Paine! Glacier Grey ice trek: Photograph the amazing icescapes of Glacier Grey. Seracs, moulins, ice caves. Seno Otway and Magdalena Island Magellanic penguin colonies. Estancia Rio De Los Ciervos: Elegant former working estancia in a rural landscape. Asado (traditional South American BBQ). Santa Rita Vineyard: Tour of vineyard, wine tasting, photograph vineyards and wine cellar. Dinner with Chilean folk music. Wildlife possibilities include: Guanacos, Rheas, Flamigos, Andean Condors, Grey Fox.
The Falkland Islands offer some of the world's best wildlife viewing opportunities. Our experienced guides will ensure that you get the most out of your trip to the Falkland Islands. Hilights include visiting penguin colonies, and a trip to Pebble Island. Accomodations in Pebble Island Lodge with hosts Alan White and Jacqui Jennings.One of the highest concentrations of Magellanic penguins in the Falklands. Pristine sand beaches. 4-mile long Elephant Beach, the longest sand beach in the Falklands. Flightless Steamer ducks, Oystercatchers, Kelp geese and gulls forage in the inter-tidal zone. A large colony of Rockhoppers. Commersons dolphins can sometimes be seen offshore. One of the most important wetland regions in the Falklands. Black-necked swans, grebes, rare ducks and geese inhabit this area. We will also visit a large colony of King cormorants.
Our photo tour to the Falkland Islands and Patagonia offers travellers an unparallelled chance to view and photograph penguins in the wild. We will visit several penguin colonies, and will have the opportunity to see King Penguins, Rockhopper penguins, Magellanic Penguins, and more.
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