We're delighted to share a selection of photos taken by Swoop clients just back from patagonia. They kindly agreed to share their holiday photos to give you a flavour of what's in store when you venture into the wilderness of Patagonia...
Gallery of this season's best photos from our clients
Anthony: Mount Fitz Roy
Blue sky, fantastic views of Fitz Roy and sunshine rarely combine like this when trekking around Mount Fitzroy.
Daphne: The Towers of Paine
A must see on a trek in Torres del Paine. This shot of the Towers is so clear and we love the blue sky and shadow.
Ronnette made it to the Great White Continent, spending 10 days on an Antarctic Cruise. She captured the almost eerie beauty of this 'Ice Cathedral' from a Zodiac boat.
Tim and Carla: Glacier Grey
As part of their honeymoon, Tim & Carla trekked the W Circuit of Paine and kayaked out of the park. They look so tiny compared to the sprawling Glacier Grey - a fantastic shot!
Anthony: Puerto Natales
On his journey round Patagonia, Anthony also stopped in a Hotel in Puerto Natales on his way to Torres del Paine and captured this stunning sunset over Seno Ultima Esperenza.
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