Birding Tours and Nature Photography in Southern South America

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The Esteros Del Íbera (Íbera Wetlands) is one of the most important wetland sites in South America.
Comprising swamps, lagoons, and numerous channels and water courses, the site is a haven for birds, particularly for those favouring wetland and grassland habitats. Located in…

If you are planning to visit Buenos Aires, don't miss a birding trip in the city of the birds, which can take half a day or the whole day
You can visit several local reserves inside the city, including Vicente López, Ribera Norte (San Isidro), and the best inside the city:…

You need at least 2 days as it’s more than 4 hours drive from the city. Punta Rasa is in the outer geographical limit of the River Plate estuary. It is the best place for spotting migratory waders (plovers and sandpipers), and also for wintering migrators. It can be visited all year…

This trip can include a visit to Tierra del Fuego National Park, a boat trip through the Beagle Channel to Penguin Island and a visit to a typical Anglo-argentine “Estancia” (a farming cattle ranch), to see British heritage there. Ushuaia is also a passageway for boats and cruises to…

If you are planning to visit this city, don't miss a birding trip in one of the best hot spots of southner South America: Ceibas, with more than 300 wild species to enjoy and discover. Only 2 hours from buenos Aires, for a day trip, to 4 days, you can visit one of the biggest deltas…

By stopping in Valdes Peninsula in the northern seacoast of Patagonia, you get to know an important nature reserve which is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It holds the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in spring (September to November). The coastline is inhabited by…

Subtropical, warm and humid, this rainforest includes the crowns of gigantic emerging trees. It is located in the northeast of Argentina in the border with Brazil. You can fly to Iguazú from several cities in Argentina. It is possible to combine your visit by staying in birding…

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