Jaguars of Pantanal
Pumas of Patagonia
Winter Pumas
Birds of Colombia
Jewels of Ecuador
Peruvian Amazon
Peruvian Cloud Forest
Birds of Northern Peru

Welcome to Untamed Expeditions

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Welcome to

Untamed Expeditions

We specialise in private and customised wildlife photography expeditions across the continent of South America.

We take you not just to some of the wildest places that South America has to offer, but to places that provide some of the best viewings and photographic opportunities of its wildlife. This includes many of the continent’s largest and most enigmatic species including jaguars, pumas, tapir, giant anteaters, capybara, neotropical primates and more.

The continent’s avifauna is particularly diverse. Packed with unique spectacles and bird species including macaw claylicks of the Amazon, Cock-of-the-Rock leks of the cloud forest, dancing manakin leks, multicolored tanagers, tiny and elaborately designed hummingbirds, toucans, barbets, antpittas and other birds you have probably never heard of. 

We use our extensive knowledge of different areas to create top quality itineraries. Then we customise them into your perfect trip. Combine that with our select group of high quality guides, each with many years of experience in the field, a passion for their jobs, for nature and wildlife, and to get you those top quality shots you want…

If there is anything else you want on your customised wildlife photography expedition to South America – just ask!

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Get in contact with us about your next wildlife photography trip to South America. Whether you have simple queries, or want to make a booking, we look forward to hearing from you.

Use the contact form to get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Please bear in mind that we may be travelling in some remote parts of South America. As such, it may be day or two (or more) before we are able to get back to you!

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