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Patagonia Project

Experiencing nature and wildlife in Patagonia

Patagonia Project offers nature and wildlife expeditions observing whales, dolphins, sea lions, penguins and plenty of other wildlife in Argentina´s Patagonia.

We have been travelling to Patagonia since 1993 where we discovered many remote wildlife colonies and breath taking landscapes at the end of the world. All this beauty has inspired us to expand our program in order to give more people the opportunity to visit this wonderful piece of paradise.

We offer tours that are specifically designed for photographers but also students, nature and wildlife enthusiasts as well as for families. You will definitely have the adventure of a lifetime with us.

We look forward to having you join us for an unforgettable holiday.

Your Patagonia Project Team


"Patagonia Project spends as much time as possible in the nature and with the wildlife."

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We take you to Samburu Game Reserve. See MoreSee Less

Samburu men risking their lives in Crock infested river to save baby giraffe after it got stuck for more than four hours in the middle of the River Nyiro in Kenya. Fortunately the Crocks would have been less likely to attack in the fast flowing river.

This is a perfect example that humans are capable of the most heartwarming acts of kindness towards animals.
For every person willing to do harm to an animal, there’s a large group of people ready and willing to save them!

Baba Sue, an active member of the local conservation community, took these pictures.

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Rhinowatch Safaris Kenya takes you to Samburu Game Reserve See MoreSee Less

Samburu men risking their lives in Crock infested river to save baby giraffe after it got stuck for more than four hours in the middle of the River Nyiro in Kenya. Fortunately the Crocks would have been less likely to attack in the fast flowing river.

This is a perfect example that humans are capable of the most heartwarming acts of kindness towards animals.
For every person willing to do harm to an animal, there’s a large group of people ready and willing to save them!

Baba Sue, an active member of the local conservation community, took these pictures.

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