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Torres Del Paine: Gleaming Spires and Wild Pumas

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Join us in Patagonia where you will photograph pumas in a stunning landscape of granite towers, massive glaciers and blue icebergs. This is Torres Del Paine National Park, the jewel of Patagonia and an icon of adventure travel. Get ready for your own adventure as you experience these magnificent pumas, closer than you ever thought possible.

We know every secret of this park:

  • Best locations to take advantage of the sunrise and sunset
  • Every single angle to guarantee the best shot
  • More than 15 years of experience tracking wildlife in the park, specifically, the Puma.

*This trip can be combined with Autumn at Araucania, Atacama or Altiplano.

If you want to reserve  or need more information, contact us:

Day 1

Arrive at Punta Arenas airport and immediately driven to Puerto Natales, where we will have lunch. Afterwards, we will be driven to our hotel in Torres del Paine. If we receive good news from our puma trackers, that same afternoon we will be able to see our first pumas!

Days 2–6

These days will be dedicated to puma photography. Two expert puma trackers will be on the watch for them at all times, mornings and afternoons. Meanwhile, the participants will be photographing other amazing attractions that Torres del Paine offers: stunning landscapes, and more wildlife, such as, grey foxes, guanacos, rheas, and condors. If our trackers spot a puma, we will immediately stop any activity we’re doing and move on to our primary objective. On location, the trackers will give us instructions on the best way to approach this elusive cat. Our experience tells us that 2 to 3 hours is more than enough to take amazing photos of this incredible feline. More than 3 hours could disturb the pumas, specially if we are close to a mother and her cubs.

Day 7
Early morning encounter with pumas or presence a magnificent sunrise from one of the lookouts. Back to our hotel, check out and drive to Punta Arenas in the afternoon. Fly back to Santiago to connect with international flights.

  • Professional photography guide.
  • Professional fauna tracking guide.
  • Double bedroom lodging (ask for different lodging options, single bedroom availability and price).
  • All meals during the workshop.
  • Local transportation.
  • Entrance fees.
  • Tips.
  • International airfares.
  • Plane tickets to and from Punta Arenas.
  • Laundry.
  • Telephone calls.
  • Alcoholic beverages, extra drinks.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Visas.
  • Personal items.