When I am planning an adventure I tend to look at pictures. I am a terrible terrible hoarder and I have years worth of back issues of National Geographic and boxes full of photos I have cut from magazines or postcards people have sent me. Every one of these pictures and articles gives me the drive to go somewhere and do something. It doesn’t have to be far but it should be somewhere new. Or an old favourite in need of being rediscovered…
Patagonia is an area in the very south of the South American continent shared by Chile and Argentina. It is a massive, sparsely populated area – approx. 1,043,076km² – with both Pacific and Atlantic Coasts and a huge variation in flora and fauna.
These photos are my favourites from the month and a half that I spent in Patagonia – I hope they inspire you to book some flights too!
#1 – Patagonian Fjords
#2 – Volcán Villarica
#3 – Penguins and Whales
#4 – Torres del Paine National Park
#5 – Walking on Glacier Exploradores
#6 – Caleta Tortel
#7 – The Perito Moreno Glacier
I hope this very small (and difficult to decide-upon) selection of my photos inspires a couple of Patagonian adventures. You certainly won’t regret it!