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About us

About us.

Our team excels in operating unique experiential trips.

We are professional, fun and knowledgeable. We have toured and tracked with clients from all over the world. We follow the principles of Nature First. No photo is worth taking at the expense of the animals we love and protect.

We are humans, naturalists, guides and photographers, in this order.

We lead by example, keeping our group sizes small, minimizing impact on the places we visit and on the wildlife we sight, we respect local laws and regulations and we walk away from a once in a life time photo opportunity if we judge the situation not right.

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Our philosophy

We follow these principles in life and in our trips:

Prioritize
nature over photography and/or fun

Learn
about the places you photograph

Think
about impact of your actions before you act

Share
locations only with people who you know respect nature

Know and follow
rules and regulations.

Actively
promote and educate others about the importance of minimizing impact and field ethics

Nature First
Photography

We lead by example, keeping our group sizes small, minimizing impact on the places we visit and on the wildlife we sight, we respect local laws and regulations and we walk away from a once in a life time photo opportunity if we judge the situation not right.

The team

Jorge

Jorge is a professional wildlife photographer and as a naturalist and tourism businessman he guides guests to view and photograph wildlife around the world, specialising in top-predators such as puma, jaguar and orca. He has worked on several documentary productions, for BBC, ZED and National Geographic. He’s been leading tours for over 30 years and has been a researcher for Punta Norte Orca Research since 2008. Married for 24 years, father of 3 almost adult kids, he enjoys fly fishing, soccer, not wearing a suit and tie and is a River Plate football fan.

Fran

Fran is a young and experienced wilderness guide, having led guests from the Southern steppes of Patagonia to the rainforest of Brazil. An avid wildlife photographer, he is also certified as “wilderness first responder”. Growing up in a typical Argentinian ranch, helped him to develop his passion and curiosity about nature since his childhood.
After finishing high school, he traveled to Patagonia to stay in a ranch for a week, but ended up staying as ranch hand and guiding for a couple of a couple of years, spending most of his time in the company of a famous and colorful Patagonian Gaucho, arguably one of the most photographed gauchos in the world. There is no excuse for saying “No” to a traditional Asado.

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