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Birding Argentina’s Northeast

With Iguazú Falls and Iberá Marshes

11 days – 10 nights
Starts in Iguazú – ends in Posadas.

Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
Northeastern Argentina is a land of extensive marshlands, grasslands and rainforests. Iguazú National Park is perhaps the most well known protected area in this region, but it is certainly not the only one. The two north-easternmost provinces of Argentina contain the highest concentration of bird diversity in our country: these are Corrientes and Misiones

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    Mammals of Patagonia and Chiloé Island

    With the Valdés Peninsula, Moreno Glacier and Torres del Paine

    13 days – 12 nights
    Starts in Trelew or Puerto Madryn – Ends in Puerto Montt

    Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
    The Atlantic coast of Patagonia supports the greatest numbers and widest diversity of marine mammals on the continent. Images of Orcas taking South American Sea Lions right off the gravel beaches at the Valdes Peninsula have been the substance of innumerable nature films.

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      Photographing Patagonia’s Wilderness

      From the Andes to the Atlantic coast

      15 days – 14 nights
      Starts in El Calafate – Ends in Comodoro Rivadavia.

      Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
      Few places on Earth give nature photographers such great opportunities to take the most incredible wildlife pictures as the endless solitudes of mighty Patagonia.

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        Birding Eastern Patagonia

        Quest for Argentine endemics in the realm of penguins

        10 Days – 9 Nights
        Starts in Trelew or Puerto Madryn- Ends in Comodoro Rivadavia.

        Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
        The Atlantic coast of eastern Patagonia and its surrounding arid steppes are two rich and productive areas in terms of bird abundance and diversity.

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          Birding Southwestern Patagonia & Tierra del Fuego

          Where Condor masters the sky and Magellanic Woodpecker rules the forest

          9 Days – 8 Nights
          Starts in Calafate – Ends in Río Grande.

          Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
          Patagonia is certainly a land of extremes. This southernmost tip of the American continent is a geographical region that covers the south of Argentina and Chile, and has such diverse habitats as arid steppes, Southern Beech forests and of course the seashores of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

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            Valdés Peninsula

            Penguins, Elephant Seals and Whales at their best!

            4 Days – 3 Nights
            Starts and ends in Puerto Madryn or Trelew

            Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
            The eastern coast of Patagonia is a semi-arid steppe, outlined by the deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. In the heart of Argentine Patagonia, the Province of Chubut holds the most spectacular natural treasures of them all: The Valdés Peninsula. This unique wilderness area is home and breeding ground to a great diversity of marine mammals and birds, including Southern Right Whale, Southern Elephant Seal, Orca, Magellanic Penguin and Commerson’s Dolphin to name but a few.

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              Iguazú National Park

              Where Dusky Swifts dive through foaming falls

              4 Days – 3 Nights
              Starts and ends in Iguazú (Argentina) or Iguaçu (Brazil)

              Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
              The most important forest south of the Amazon is formed by a set of subtropical rainforests including the Brazilian “Mata Atlántica” and the Interior Atlantic Forest in the Argentine province of Misiones. These forests host dozens of unique species of orchids, small primates, bats of rare habits and endemic birds. The most remarkable natural wonder of Misiones is Iguazú National Park, with its unparalleled falls. Here, the Iguazú River falls 70 meters down, forming a fan of cascades with more than 250 individual falls.

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                Ushuaia

                Nature at its best in the uttermost part of the Earth

                4 Days – 3 Nights
                Starts and ends in Ushuaia

                Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
                Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost tip of America, is a large archipelago spread out in the southern boundaries of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Its main island, called Isla Grande, is shared by Argentina and Chile. On the northern shore of the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia -the southernmost city on Earth and the capital of the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego- is the gate to the most spectacular sceneries of them all. Luxuriant Southern Beech and Winter’s Bark forests are home to outstanding birds, like the Magellanic Woodpecker, and the shores and small islets of the channel hold dozens of nesting colonies of seabirds.

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                  El Calafate & Moreno Glacier

                  Condors and Glaciers of the Patagonian Andes

                  4 Days – 3 Nights
                  Starts and ends in El Calafate

                  Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
                  The emblematic and worldwide known Moreno Glacier is the dramatic evidence of a remote era in which Patagonia was covered by glaciers. The 717,800 hectares of Los Glaciares National Park harbor this -at present the only advancing glacier in Argentina- and other 47 huge glaciers. Experience the southern Patagonian wilderness, a land where ancient Southern Beech forests, endless arid plateaus and impressive inland lakes give frame to the most incredible array of Patagonian wildlife. Los Glaciares National Park has been declared a Worldwide Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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                    The Argentine Pampas

                    Two great tours to enjoy wildlife in and around Buenos Aires

                    Southern Pampas with Punta Rasa 3 Days – 2 Nights
                    Northern Pampas with Otamendi and Ceibas 3 Days – 2 Nights
                    Both tours start and end in Buenos Aires

                    Tour runs on request – Prices based on group size.
                    The Pampa is an extensive humid plain shared by Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. In Argentina, the Pampa Grassland covers an area of more than 50 million hectares in the central part of the country. This unique habitat is well represented in the Province of Buenos Aires, where birders and naturalists can enjoy nature in a diversity of wildlife reserves spread throughout its territory. There is no need to go too far from Buenos Aires City to see some of these reserves, and actually Costanera Sur, one of the most well known birding spots in South America, is located right in front of the business district of this city.

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