Patagonia Hiking Photo Adventure
There’s no better time of year to spend in Patagonia than the autumn. This hiking trip has been designed to take keen photographers out into the wilderness, capturing the best possible images of the iconic peaks of Fitz Roy and the surrounding area.
During the month of April the lush forests beneath Fitz Roy begin to transform into a natural canvas of reds, oranges and greens. This emergence, combined with the fact that very few tourists visit the area during the autumn, means that we can enjoy the sights in tranquility.
Day 1 - El Chalten
Day 2 - Thorwood Camp
Day 3 - Poincenot
Day 4 - Fitz Roy
Day 5 - Laguna Los Tres
Day 6 - El Chalten
Day 7 - Departure
We highly recommend that you get a travel and medical insurance. Your own domestic medical insurance and private health scheme will not cover you whilst you are overseas.
The tour will always dependent on weather, as the weather can be highly unpredictable.
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Daniel was born in the Moscow area, Russia.
After graduating from art school he studied at Moscow’s institute of Physics and Technology, which pointed him toward a career as an optics physicist. During his studies he developed expertise not only in physics, but in mountain climbing and hiking.
He regularly led tourist groups during the holidays through the Russian mountains. Right after graduation he became a guide of photo workshops and chief editor of Continent Expedition magazine, a publication about travel and adventures all over the world.
Daniel has received several awards in photography: Golden Turtle’ 13 Nature nomination winner, National Geographic Russia contest 2013 and 2014 finalist, Best of Russia ’13 and ’14 winner, Best Photographer ’13 finalist, among others. He currently spends most of his time in Norway, scouring the Lofoten islands and in Tuscany, guiding groups of keen photographers.
Raymond is an award-winning photographer with a worldwide reputation. Known for his magnificent landscape photos, his career took off in 2011, when he was voted as ‘Best Nature Photographer’ by one of Europe’s largest online photo communities.
One of his photos was even elected as one of the best photos in the 10 years history of the organization. Raymond’s work has featured in various publications, from books to newspapers and magazines, and he actively takes on assignments for publishers and advertising agencies.
These days he works as a nature photographer, mostly leading expert tours across the stunning nordic nations. He is an ambassador for the Lucroit filter system, and has won awards in a range of international photography contests.