Patagonia Photo Workshops
Immerse yourself in the wild and wonderful region of Patagonia on a photography workshop that takes you off the beaten track! Shared by Chile and Argentina, this area teems with stunning wildlife, rugged landscapes and incredible mountain peaks.

Patagonia Photo Workshops

Immerse yourself in the wild and wonderful region of Patagonia on a photography workshop that takes you off the beaten track! Shared by Chile and Argentina, this area teems with stunning wildlife, rugged landscapes and incredible mountain peaks.
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Chile Solar Eclipse 2020 Photography Workshop

Join us on an adventure of a lifetime to capture the 2020 total solar eclipse in Chile! During a solar eclipse, you'll witness the world around you becoming darker in what can only be described as a mesmerising and awe-inspiring moment. The Moon will pass between the Sun and the Earth, obscuring the light. As this occurs, the Moon's shadow is cast onto Earth, shrouding parts of it in darkness. When a solar eclipse is viewed from most locations on our planet, the Sun will seem to be only partially covered by the Moon. A total eclipse is when the Moon completely obscures the Sun, leaving a faint ring of light in the sky known as a solar corona. This type of eclipse is rare and can only be witnessed in a narrow area within certain parts of the world. In the current year, there will only be 2 solar eclipses, only one of which will occur in totality on the 14th December, 2020. It will be best seen from Chile and what makes this photography workshop unique is that you'll be perfectly placed to capture this rare natural phenomenon in all of its mindboggling beauty. Although the focus of this photography workshop will be the solar eclipse itself, you'll also have the opportunity to experience the diverse and sprawling wild landscapes that exist in this remote region of Chile. From ancient araucaria forests to active volcanoes, deserts and salt plains, this mountainous area is bursting with photographic opportunities that will leave you breathless. Due to its location, there is very little light pollution at night and the dark skies make for the perfect recipe to observe the constellation of Orion rising over the Andes, as well as to spot the Magellanic Clouds – two irregular dwarf galaxies – which are able to be sighted on Earth only from the southern hemisphere. For the duration of this tour, you'll be guided by three world-renowned photographers who are experts in planning and capturing solar eclipse phenomena. They'll make sure that you'll be in the best location at just the right time to make the most of this extraordinary event. Not only will they share their wealth of knowledge with you but they'll help you to capture photographs of the solar eclipse that you've only been dreaming of until now. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to photograph the total solar eclipse in Chile 2020! Check availability by choosing a date.

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9 days
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December
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7 days
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10 Day Puna de Atacama Photography Tour

Discover the arid desert landscapes of Puna de Atacama, deep within the Andes of northern Argentina on this spectacular 10-day photography workshop! Situated around 4500 metres above sea level, this high altitude plateau is home to some of the most striking salt flats, barren wastelands, volcanoes, mysterious rocky labyrinths and pumice fields in the world. The scenery here is surreal, enough to make you wonder whether you have left the confines of Earth for another planet. It's a veritable playground for landscape photographers seeking a once-in-a-lifetime adventure well off the beaten track. The hidden beauty of this region extends far beyond just the landscapes. In amongst the wilderness, you'll find llamas, vicuñas, guanacos, armadillo and flamingoes, as well as a range of other birdlife – perfect for practicing those nature and wildlife photography skills. Throughout this tour, you'll be guided by world-renowned professional photographers, Daniel Kordan and Sebastian de Val. They'll share their wealth of knowledge with you to ensure that you'll take home incredible photographs from this diverse and otherworldly place. They'll take care of monitoring the conditions and lighting in-field, so that you can make the most of what the Puna de Atacama has to offer. If you'd like to explore one of the most remote and mysterious locations on Earth, then this 10 day photography expedition to Puna de Atacama is for you. Don't miss out! Check availability by choosing a date.

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10 days
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April
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Lose Yourself at the End of the World

Get off the beaten track in Patagonia with these photo tours.

Patagonia Photo Workshop in Autumn

Patagonia Photo Workshop in Autumn

The shared Argentinian and Chilean region of Patagonia is one of the most incredible places on Earth, boasting pristine and dramatic scenery that makes it a landscape photographer's delight. This is where lush rainforests meet with the jagged peaks of the Andes mountain range, looming high on the...

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Patagonia Photo Workshop with Daniel Kordan & Iurie Belegurschi

Patagonia Photo Workshop with Daniel Kordan & Iurie Belegurschi

Patagonia, the southern section of South America shared by Argentina and Chile, could well be the most dramatic place a photographer could hope to visit. With barren, wind-swept plains, ethereal glaciers, the imperious Andes mountains and the rainforests of Chile, this is a magnetic destination with more...

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Patagonia Hiking Photo Adventure

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...

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Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine

Patagonia Summer Photography Tour in Torres del Paine

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...

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Frequently Asked Questions

About Patagonia

When should I visit? Do I need to hike? We made a list of the top questions about our photo tours in Patagonia and answered them below.

1. Is Patagonia a safe travel destination?

Yes, it is safe to travel to Patagonia! The shared region between Chile and Argentina is one of the safest countries in South America.

2. What should I wear in Patagonia?

We recommend that you wear layers during both our autumn and summer photography workshops in Patagonia. Be prepared for all weather conditions, including snow, wind, rain and sunshine. A pair of sturdy hiking boots is a must, while lightweight gloves and a hat should be sufficient.

3. What are the best times to visit Patagonia?

The best times to visit Patagonia for photography are during autumn in April, when the landscape takes on the earthen hues of fall, as well as summer in January, when the conditions are perfect for trekking. Check out our summer photography workshop in Patagonia.

4. Why is Patagonia famous?

Patagonia is famed for its rugged and wild scenery. The opportunities for photography are endless. During our photography workshops, we visit the world-renowned Torres del Paine National Park, where forests meet glaciers and wildlife abounds.

5. How cold does it get in Patagonia?

During summer in Patagonia, the temperature can reach up to 22°C (72°F). During winter, the temperature in Patagonia can drop down to 0°C (32°F) at night.

6. What is the weather like in Patagonia?

The summer months in Patagonia are warm though the wind can be ferocious, reaching over 120 miles per hour. The wind is not as bad during autumn, which makes it a wonderful time to visit Patagonia for photography. Check out our Patagonia Hiking Photo Adventure and get off the beaten track!

7. What animals can I photograph in Patagonia?

Some of the wildlife that you may see during our photography tours in Patagonia include armadillos, foxes, guanacos, pumas and skunks.

8. What currency should I bring to Patagonia?

The unit of currency in Patagonia is the Chilean peso in Chile or the Argentinian peso in Argentina. You can also use credit card or withdraw cash from ATMs.

9. Can I drink the water in Patagonia?

Tap water is generally safe to drink throughout Patagonia, though some people prefer to drink bottled or boiled water.

10. Is English spoken in Patagonia?

Multiple languages are spoken in Patagonia. Spanish is the most widely spoken language, followed by Italian. Some people in Patagonia speak English well. During our photography tours, you will be with our experienced guides at all times, so there is no need to worry about your ability to communicate!

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