Tag: Pumas

Stories & Inspiration

Puma conservation in Torres del Paine

The pumas of Torres del Paine have captured the world’s attention thanks to TV series like Dynasties and Pumas At The End of The World. To better understand the challenges in conserving these magnificent creatures we spoke to Mark Elbroch, the director of the puma program at Panthera, the global wildcat conservation organisation, about their […]

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Epic Adventures

Tracking pumas in Torres del Paine

Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park has the largest concentration of pumas anywhere on earth. For many people they’re as much of a draw as the towering granite peaks that give the park its name. Pumas are the most widely distributed large predators in the Americas. Their range covers large chunks of Canada and the […]

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Patagonia on the web – January 2015

Swoop’s roundup of all things Patagonian across the web this month. Swoop’s favourite photographs: This great photograph of Men on horseback traveling across the Valle del Francés is from  @MatadorNetwork‘s photographic tour of Torres del Paine.  Both these photographs were taken by @patraveleditor when she went on a Patagonian adventure with us, where she was lucky enough to […]

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Reviews Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine in May

Jeff, a professor of Biology from the Presbyterian College in South Carolina, USA, recently returned from a trip to Patagonia with a group of his students. Here he tells us about their experiences Trekking in Torres del Paine, and in booking through Swoop Patagonia and our partners in Chile…

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Cruise Reviews Torres del Paine

Puma Tracking and Adventure Cruise Patagonia

Kush and his friends returned in March from a trip to Patagonia during which they embarked on a Puma Tracking trip in Torres del Paine, followed by a 4 night Cruise from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia. Here Kush tells us about their experiences on the trip… ‘It’s an incredible feeling seeing a Puma on foot less […]

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