About us of Patagonia Expedition Japan - Invitation to Deep Andes & Unseen Japan


paine-self.jpg"Patagonia Expedition Japan" is a travel consultant company founded in 1993 at Santiago de Chile, with the deep experience of the adventure tourism on Chile and other neighbor Andes countries in South America.


The director, Kenji Hiraoka (right photo) is a Japanese lived in Chile, an experienced outdoor guide in Andes - especially Patagonia area. He is only Japanese who has official licence of trekking guide in Chile.

Later, he moved his office to Japan and continued to work closer with Japanese tour agents, and also Asian tour agents.
Then he started the Japan tour programs "Unseen Japan" for Asian tour companies.

For more than 20 years we have operated the various active tours throughout the South America, such as "the trekking tours in Patagonia and Peru", "6000 m summit climbing expedition in Argentina", "Andes power spot of Inca tour in Peru and Bolivia", and other tours in remote region of Andes.


Also, we coordinate the special trip for TV team to the remote area - HV team expedition to the summit of Aconcagua (6962m, the highest peak in South America), Patagonia Glacier Viedma research expedition, etc. For these purpose we can arrange A to Z services may be needed - hotels, transfer, guides, press visa, custom control for expensive camera equipment, filming permits, etc.


Through this long experience, we have created the firm network with the reliable local operators and very skilled outdoor guides.
With this network, we'll offer you the high quality outdoor tours with maximum care for your safety.


We guaranty your safety at the remote area, on the trek route in the Andes, or even at the summit of 6000m peaks.


If you are interested in the adventure travel in South America, please feel free to contact us.

English, Spanish, and Japanese spoken.


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Patagonia Expedition Japan

Japan Office: Chiba, Japan (E-mail)
(Contact with Skype, Whatsapp, Blackberry messenger, are also available. Ask for the contact IDs.)