Far South Expeditions
Wildlife Adventures since 1997
Inspiring and intimate nature, photography and birding journeys in South America, Patagonia and Antarctica.
We are a Chile-based tour operator celebrating 17 years of wildlife encounters.
Since 1997 we specialize in offering world-class nature photography tours, birdwatching tours, natural history journeys, whale-watching trips, hiking trips and family adventures in Chile, Peru, Argentina, Patagonia & Antarctica.
For 2014 & 2015 we have prepared a diverse calendar of journeys that combine all the best that our region can offer the traveler whose interest lies in the natural world. Our itineraries offer the best locations, the most opportune dates, accommodation of high quality, and the leadership of the most experienced and knowledgeable local guides. Our trips visit such contrasting and beautiful locations as the Atacama Desert, the Andes and the Altiplano, the enigmatic Easter Island, and south to the impressive fjörds, mountains and glaciers of Patagonia, Torres del Paine and Tierra del Fuego.
From the Founder's Desk
It’s been 17 years since we started operations as a company. All this time, we have explored every remote corner of Chile and Patagonia, and have been fortunate to share our passion for what we do with our friends and customers.
This upcoming season finds us looking forward to go out in the field once again, with renewed enthusiasm, additions to our staff and a bunch of new programmes aiming to expand our scope and venture into some of the most spectacular places our vast continent has to offer, always keeping and if possible improving our standards and doing our best to give you a first-class experience. Read more...
Socialize with the Wildlife
Our naturalists and guides are periodically delivering short notes accompanying photographs taken in our tours, to let you have a virtual peek into the wonders that we experience first-hand in the field.
This material, which is shared through our Wildlife Blog into social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr, is in the format of a brief, easy-to-read “mini-article”, but on the other hand it is intended to be of high quality both visually and in written content, so you can enjoy the photographs while learning a little bit about the natural history of the subject.
Join us daily on our glimpses into the awesome wilderness of some of the remotest and most pristine ecosystems in the Planet! Check out our Wildlife Blog here.