Photo safari to Argentina’s spectacular Ibera wetlands and Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls, on the border of Argentina and Brazil.
(Ciclismo Classico)

Landscape and nature photographers can sharpen their skills on a new seven-night tour of northeast Argentina offered by Ciclismo Classico.

Participants will spend three days in the Iberá, the world’s second-largest wetlands, and three days exploring and photographing Iguazu Falls and surrounding areas.

Highlights include talks by local naturalists and conservationists and daily photography instruction and coaching by Argentinean photographer Ossian Lindholm. A night photo session is also included.

Dates: Sept. 9-27, March 17-25 and June 3-11


Price: From $3,900 per person; includes all accommodations and meals, guides and entrance fees. International airfare not included.

Info: Ciclismo Classico, (800) 866-7314


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