At the furthest end of the South American continent Patagonia host a wide variety of amazing photography locations. From blue glaciers, to mountain peaks and marine and terrestrial wildlife; the Patagonia Photography opportunities are abundant, rich and diverse for landscape, wildlife and nature photographers. The Perito Moreno glacier is one of the great Patagonia sites we visit during Photo Tours South America Patagonia photo tour.
At the furthest end of the South American continent Patagonia host a wide variety of amazing photography locations. From blue glaciers, to mountain peaks and marine and terrestrial wildlife; Patagonia has many rich and diverse locations for landscape, wildlife and nature photographers. This is one of the great Patagonia locations we visit on the Patagonia photo tour. Read more “Patagonia Photo Tour Location: Perito Moreno Glacier”
Located in the South American Hemisphere, Argentina presents a very diverse and topography rich environment filled with incredible photography places for light seekers and nature excursionist.
With the extraordinaire Andes mountainous barrier at one side, delimiting its international western boundary with Chile, and the Rio de la Plata and the South Atlantic ocean as its Eastern seaborne, many Argentina photography places present some diverse and unique characteristics unrivaled by other destinations in the world.
Here is a list of some highlights from its amazing photography places: Read more “20 Spectacular Argentina Photography Places”
Quebrada de Humahuaca an UNESCO Heritage Site
The Quebrada de Humahuaca is part of our photography tour at the northwest part of Argentina and was introduced as a UNESCO world heritage site list back in 2003.
The ravine is defined by an extensive mountainous valley with an asymmetric profile that extends from North to South for over 34 miles. It can be found at the northwest of Argentina at the province of Jujuy.
Its cultural heritage dates back 10,000 years and it’s very significant. It follows the major cultural route, the Camino Inca, for the movement and transaction of goods for all the Andean region. Read more “Quebrada de Humahuaca – UNESCO Heritage site”