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Join us on a thrilling photographic expedition to the Amazon in Peru. We will visit Puerto Maldonado also called Tambopata, in southeastern Peru. It lies at the confluence of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios rivers, at 840 feet/256 meters above sea level in the hot, humid rain forest known as the selva (jungle).
We will visit Manu National Park, this huge 1.5 million-ha park has successive tiers of vegetation rising from 150 to 4,200 m above sea-level. The tropical forest in the lower tiers is home to an unrivalled variety of animal and plant species. Some 850 species of birds have been identified and rare species such as the giant otter and the giant armadillo also find refuge there. Jaguars are often sighted in the park.
CUSCO, MACHU PICCHU & SACRED VALLEY
Join us on a thrilling photographic expedition to Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Seven Colors Mountains. The city of Cusco, at 11,200 feet/3,400 meters above sea level, is located in the heart of the Central Peruvian Andes of South America, in a fertile alluvial valley fed by several rivers. We will explore the ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, about 50 miles/80 kilometers northwest of Cusco in the Cordillera de Vilcabamba of the Andes Mountains.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas envelops a fertile agricultural and cultural landscape, punctuated by small villages of Quechua-speaking communities and dotted with the surviving remains of great Inca family estates. We will visit the Rainbow Mountain, the mountain is famed for its natural, multi-colored beauty at a staggering 5,200m above sea level. This rainbow-like appearance is created by the sediment of minerals throughout the area giving the mountain the turquoise, lavendar, gold and other colors.
Join us on a thrilling photographic expedition Lima, the gastronomic capital not only of Peru, but of South America: whoever arrives in Lima is enchanted by the varied, delicious and prestigious food that is served on its tables; with ancient recipes, dishes fused with other cultures and a truly unique seasoning.
Lima is one of the most important and visited regions of the Inca country, which has endless activities, attractions and experiences for all tastes. If you are ready to combine history and adventure, the capital of Peru has to be your next destination.
LIMA, NAZCA, CUSCO & AREQUIPA
Join us on a thrilling photographic expedition to Nazca lines, Cusco, Arequipa & Cañon de Colca. You will enjoy a spectacular view of 12 of the most famous Nazca drawings from the air where you will learn about aerial photography.
You will visit Lake Titicaca and its islands and pre-Inca ruins.
Arequipa, set at 7,900 feet/2,400 meters above sea level, is known as the White City because most of its houses and buildings, dating from the colonial era, were built with white ashlar stone. It is surrounded by impressive natural landscapes. We will visit Colca Canyon is a canyon of the Colca River in southern Peru, located about 100 miles/160 kilometers northwest of Arequipa. The Colca Valley is a colorful Andean valley with pre-Inca roots and towns founded in Spanish colonial times that are still inhabited by people of the Collagua and the Cabana cultures. The local people maintain their ancestral traditions and continue to cultivate the pre-Inca stepped terraces.
NATIONAL PARK TORRES DEL PAINE
Join us on a thrilling photographic expedition to Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chilean Patagonia. Torres del Paine features stunning mountains, glaciers, lakes, and rivers. Its centerpiece is the Cordillera del Paine mountain range, with sheer peaks that soar nearly 3,000 meters (10,000 feet) above sea level.
Torres del Paine (“Towers of Blue” in Spanish and the native language) has been named the fifth most beautiful place in the world by National Geographic and the eighth wonder of the world by VirtualTourist.com. The primary goal of the trip is to see and photograph the amazing landscapes and animals (guanaco, armadillo, puma, condor, kingfisher, owl, wildcat, wild pig, etc). When the tracker finds a puma, we will join him to photograph it. In the areas we visit, pumas generally accept the presence of humans, so our group isn’t likely to disturb or scare off the animals.
Winter Aerial Photography Gstaad by Nick Wallace
Join Nick Wallace on a thrilling photographic expedition to Gstaad, located at an altitude of between 1,000 and 3,000+ metres. Embark on an unforgettable journey with our professional photographic safari team to the picturesque landscapes of Gstaad, Switzerland. Gstaad, known as the “Diamond of the Alps,” is a true gem for nature and photography enthusiasts alike. Yet despite its style and class, Gstaad has remained genuinely Alpine and down-to-earth. It is proud of its tradition and lives and breathes it every day.
Our carefully crafted safari promises a unique blend of breathtaking scenery, wildlife encounters, and expert photography guidance, ensuring you capture the beauty of this Alpine paradise like never before. At night we will photograph local chefs in their own kitchen. Practicing the art of proper lighting and indoor photography while enjoying the feast the chef prepares. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore in helicopters, hot air balloons, paragliders, along with flying drones, the enchanting landscapes of Gstaad, Switzerland, and capture moments that will last a lifetime and be published in one of our future editions. (Gstaad Through the eyes of the Falcon)
Book your spot today and get ready to frame the beauty of Gstaad through your lens like never before!