Patagonia needs little introduction, couple this epic location with shooting a total solar eclipse and it is the perfect trip for any photographer.

Home to the world’s most majestic and photogenic mountains, the peaks of Torres Del Paine National Park and El Chalten (Mount Fitz Roy) will leave you breathless as they catch the first and last light of the day. Throw in a few glaciers, soaring condors, plus a total solar eclipse, and you will hopefully see why this should be the trip of a lifetime. Exploring both Chile and Argentina, this is an action packed trip, full of amazing and diverse photographic potential.

We will stay in three key locations during this trip...
1 - The first is Torres Del Paine National Park (Chile)
2 - El Calafate and El Chalten (Argentina)
3 - Seven Lakes Route, San Martin de los Andes | Solar Eclipse area (Argentina)

Our start point is Punta Arenas (PUQ) in the south of Chile. You can only fly here from Santiago, so you will need to route via the capital. You may like to extend your trip by spending a couple of nights in Santiago before flying on. We will spend the first night in Punta Arenas to allow everyone to arrive in their own time, before heading out for our first meal of the trip.

Our trip ends at Buenos Aires international airport (EZE) at 14:00 when our domestic flight from Bariloche arrives. From here, you have the option of connecting directly to your flight home or extending your stay in the Argentine capital.

As with all our trips, we will have two guides to ensure everyone gets both group and one-to-one tuition time if required.

  • Duration - 12 days
  • Dates - TBC
  • Price £5,495
  • Group Size - 10 (max)
  • Suitable for all levels of photographer

For full details and itinerary of this trip, please contact us to receive a copy of our PDF brochure.

  • I feel so lucky to have been given the chance to join you guys on this trip. It was the most amazing experience I have ever had.
    Cornelia (St. Kilda 2015)
  • "This was definitely a top holiday"
    Andy and Janette (China 2015)
  • "I have so many amazing memories of the places we visited and the local people we met along the way - interactions that wouldn't have happened on a normal tour."
    Lynn (China 2015)
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