2015

The 'Gauchos del Mar' brothers pursue their goal of surfing at the Isla de los Estados. They wander the Patagonia for six months, sharing their experiences with the locals, getting to know their ways. They face hard weather conditions before getting to Ushuaia and later they sail through the Beagle Channel and the Strait of Le Maire on their way to the uninhabited island.

Tierra de Patagones: Six Months in Patagonia

The 'Gauchos del Mar' brothers Joaquín and Julián Azulay pursue their goal of surfing at one of the southernmost points of the world: Isla de los Estados. They travel in a truck and live in a tent while wandering the Patagonia region for six months. They share their experiences with the locals and get to know their work and ways of living. They show the endemic flora and fauna, and face the harshest weather conditions before getting to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. They sail through the Beagle Channel and across the Strait of Le Maire, one of the most dangerous seas in the planet, on their way to the uninhabited island.

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2015