November 30th – December 13th, 2014 

Yes, we are planning to return to this stunning region of the world and invite you to join us ~


A Place of vast vistas and wild untamed beauty.... This region of Patagonia is one of the most stunning on earth and offers the nature enthusiast and plant lover alike an opportunity to be in pure uninterrupted wilderness amongst some of the worlds largest tracts of wilderness, oldest trees, tallest mountains, and greatest plant diversity.  Where else can you see Condors flying over head, 3,000 year old Alerce trees, and drink wild water directly from the lakes and streams? 

Patagonia is not only one of the richest regions of the world in the biodiversity of plants, it is also rich in plant experts...naturalists, biologists, botanists, herbalists, ethnobotanists, agronomists live here to study, research and teach.  We will have the opportunity to meet with several of these plant impassioned people and participate in plant walks, presentations and ceremonies with them.   

A few of the places we will visit on our Journey ~ .


San Carlos de Bariloche

Lake Nahuel Huapi

The Arrayanes Forest

Pilcaneyeu Desert

El Bolson

Victoria Island


The Pargue Nacional Puyehue

Pumalin Park

Puerto Varas


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