Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

Patagonia Project

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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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Latest News from Patagonia

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News from our Orca Camp Norway. See MoreSee Less

Orca Camp Norway 2017.
Its exactly 1 year ago when our Orca Camp crew found an entangeled humpback whale in the ropes of a fishing net. I was working with BBC Wildlife Unit cameraman Nuno Sá on board when one of our boats called. We rushed to the place between Vengsoya and Tromsvik and Nuno went in the water to start a dangerous operation. We were able to cut the rope that was holding the whale to the fishing net full of fish below him. After 2h the coastguards came to assist with ROV´s and it took them more 2 hours to cut of all that fishing tackle, the whale survied. Even after the whale was released from the rope that was holding him he never swam away. He looked to Nuno and was waiting whats happening next. Our team from the Azores that is driving the boats up here was more than happy to assist this whale to be free again.
I thought one year after its the right moment to share this moments with you in the hope to meet this giant again somewhere out there. We are Azoreans and we know that this creatures feeding in Norwegian waters come all the way down to the Azores.
Currently we operate in Skjervoy with our Orca Camp and have great encounters day by day and try to work as soft as possible among all these whales that gather here at the moment. We are collection ID pictures for the Norwegian Orca Survey and contribute to scientific projects in the area. If you wish to join us and contribute ID pictures for the ID project please contact me any time and join Orca Camp 2018. January 2018 in Sommeroy and November 2018 in Skjervoy.

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