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Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine

Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine

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Punta Arenas, Chile
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January
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Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime in the wild and windswept steppes of Patagonia.

Situated at tip of South America in a sparsely-populated region shared by Chile and Argentina, Patagonia is home to some of the most amazing vistas that are nothing short of a landscape photographer's dream. On this tour, you'll come face-to-face with the spectacular Andes mountain range, serene lakes, fascinating fauna, elusive wildlife and breathtaking glaciers.

During the summer months, the conditions are ideal for trekking in the Torres del Paine National Park.

This 7-day photography workshop in Patagonia during summer is the perfect extension to add to our Antarctica Photography Expedition. What are you waiting for? An exciting adventure in Patagonia awaits! Check availability by choosing a date.

Included

Professional photo guide.
Professional driver services
Professional licensed local guide services
Transportation in a spacious, comfortable bus offering ample room for you and your photography gear (all window seats), all transfers included
Hotel accommodation. Rooms with private bathrooms.
Lago Grey cruise at Torres del Paine park
All national parks entrance fees
Full board: All meals included

Activities

Hiking
Sight Seeing
Boat Trip
Photo Tours
Photo Workshop

Daily itinerary

Day 1
Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine - day 1

Day 1: Arrival (26th January)

For those beginning the tour, you'll arrive on a flight to Punta Arenas and make your way towards your hotel in the heart of the city.

Day 2
Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine - day 2

Day 2: Torres del Paine National Park

The adventure truly begins! We'll have breakfast at the hotel, then embark upon our journey towards the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. Along the way, there will be chances to photograph the extraordinary wildlife, including armadillo, guanaco, ostrich and perhaps even the mysterious puma!

The scenery will change before your eyes as we near the park, captivating you with its semi-arid landscape. On the horizon, you'll notice the impervious ridges of the Andes mountain range, looming over the scrub.

The last part of our journey will be on a 60 kilometre long gravel road towards our hotel in the heart of the national park. There will be a chance for you to rest before we head off for our first sunset shoot, if the weather permits.

Day 3
Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine - day 3

Days 3-5: Torres del Paine National Park

We'll spend the next 3 days within the Torres del Paine National Park, taking advantage of the wonderful light and warm summer sunshine. We'll visit a number of thrilling locations for photography, which will no doubt leave you impressed. Our expert guides are very familiar with the area and will work hard to ensure that you'll be in the best places at the right times for spectacular photographic opportunities, making the most of the weather and prevailing conditions.

Among some of the highlights will be:

- The harbours of Lake Pehoe

- The astonishing panorama at Explora hotel

- An optional 1-hour hike to Mirador Condor, where you'll be treated to a magnificent 360° view towards the Cuernos, Paine Towers, Pehoe Lake and the Grey Glacier

- An easy hike to Nordenskjold lake, through the dead forest and past a number of small bays

- Salto Grande waterfall

- Laguna Amarga, where pink flamingos feed

- Laguna Azul, including a spectacular waterfall along the way

- Rio Serrano Sector, where gaucho and their horses make their way through winding rivers

On one of the days, there will be a full-day excursion to the Grey Glacier, departing from Lago Grey. The cruise itself will be 4 hours in duration.

Day 6
Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine - day 6

Day 6: Punta Arenas

We'll rise early for our final sunrise shoot, before heading back to the hotel for breakfast. Thereafter, we'll pack our belongings and journey towards the city of Punta Arenas, where we'll meet for a final farewell dinner together as a group.

Day 7
Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine - day 7

Day 7: Departure (1st February)

Sadly, this is where our adventure will finish. After a hearty breakfast, you'll depart from Patagonia on your recommended flight, back home or onwards to your next destination.

Disclaimer

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 is always dependent on weather, as the weather can be highly unpredictable. Likewise, sightings of wildlife are dependent on the movements of animals and cannot be guaranteed.

Departure Schedule

8 -13 Jan 2022: Guided by Albert Dros

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Albert Dros

Albert Dros

English, Dutch
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Albert is a Dutch photographer with an extreme passion for landscape photography. He aims to capture places and certain moments in the best way possible by using his own vision and unique style. His style consists of strong vibrant, sometimes fairytale like images in which he expresses himself. Albert has a background in Design, Video and Animation. He has worked for himself his whole life and has as a Master Degree in Multimedia & Entertainment Technology.

Albert loves to travel. Next to photo tours and workshops he likes to explore the world on his own or with friends. He has a passion for visiting the most beautiful spots in the world, whether known or unknown. Challenging himself is what keeps him motivated. Albert loves planning his shots carefully.

He does this with great detail to make sure his efforts have the highest chances of success. He sometimes plans days, weeks, months or even years to get that particular shot he wants. Challenging himself combined with planning and writing a story of the whole process is Albert’s specialty. He is always looking for new challenges and adventures. He is able to find beauty anywhere in the world: from misty mornings in the forests minutes away from his home to rooftops of the highest buildings in Dubai to remote locations in Iceland or the US. Next to taking photos, Albert also likes to teach and write about photography.

He occasionally writes for the most well known Photography magazines both on - and offline. Along that he has worked with many brands in the photography industry and is an official Sony Ambassador of Imaging.

His work has been featured in some of the biggest news outlets & magazines worldwide, like TIME, National Geographic and Adobe.

Albert is a Dutch photographer with an extreme passion for landscape photography. He aims to capture places and certain moments in the best way possible by using his own vision and unique style. His style consists of strong vibrant, sometimes fairytale like images in which he expresses himself. Albert has a background in Design, Video and Animation. He has worked for himself his whole life and has as a Master Degree in Multimedia & Entertainment Technology.

Albert loves to travel. Next to photo tours and workshops he likes to explore the world on his own or with friends. He has a passion for visiting the most beautiful spots in the world, whether known or unknown. Challenging himself is what keeps him motivated. Albert loves planning his shots carefully.

He does this with great detail to make sure his efforts have the highest chances of success. He sometimes plans days, weeks, months or even years to get that particular shot he wants. Challenging himself combined with planning and writing a story of the whole process is Albert’s specialty. He is always looking for new challenges and adventures. He is able to find beauty anywhere in the world: from misty mornings in the forests minutes away from his home to rooftops of the highest buildings in Dubai to remote locations in Iceland or the US. Next to taking photos, Albert also likes to teach and write about photography.

He occasionally writes for the most well known Photography magazines both on - and offline. Along that he has worked with many brands in the photography industry and is an official Sony Ambassador of Imaging.

His work has been featured in some of the biggest news outlets & magazines worldwide, like TIME, National Geographic and Adobe.

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