Aventura Argentina

The new Africa?

Come back with pictures that are the envy of National Geographic, let alone your friends.

A unique expedition, guided by professional wildlife photographer Ben Hall, explores the best landscapes in Patagonia and gets you and your camera up close and personal with its diverse wildlife.

Ben goes the extra mile to get clients close to the wildlife in the Esteros del Ibera swamps, great for Caiman shots!

After many reconnaissance trips, we know where to drive into the desert to photograph a storm brewing over distant mountains, where to hike in the mountains to shoot condors at close range, or where to take dawn and dusk landscape classes. With various climatic systems - both steppe and montane, we can track down that elusive photographer’s light almost every day.

This is not your typical itinerary, and we work with clients to plan a trip that will get them the kind of images they're after.

Last year, we took photographers to the very beach where David Attenborough's famous footage of killer whales riding the surf to catch seals was shot. We'll also spent time working on classic landscape photography, with the perfect Fuji-esque cones of Volcan Lanin and Villarica as subjects.

Guiding

All our photography tours are logistically managed and accompanied by one of us, leaving Ben to dedicate himself solely to helping you improve what your camera captures.

Ben baiting an area of steppe with old meat cuts to attract raptors

For those of you shooting digitally, we have a mac you can plug into to check your images, and Ben can advise on photoshop and raw processing techniques to refine them.

For the film aficionados, you’ll have to wait and see. But then that’s half the fun isn't it….

Price estimate

Starts at £2500 pp based on two sharing, for a 20 day trip.

For single, private trips, please contact us.

 

 

This year one of our images won a prestigious award at the International HP / National Geographic Photography Awards.

Visit the gallery for the image.

Ben

Ben Hall is one of Britain’s top wildlife photographers. He is represented by Getty Images and Alamy, is a regular magazine columnist and shoots for the RSPB and various other conservation bodies.

He recently broke the record for the number of winning shots in the Nature's Best awards in the USA.

For some more inspiration, check out Ben’s award-winning images at,

Ben Hall Photography.com

or at his solo exhibition at Manchester Museum and Galleries.