Enjoy a guided excursion to discover the enchantments of the Península Valdés, its landscape, its flora, and fauna. From September to December, you will be able to see the whales a few meters away from your boat!
Explore the spectacular landscapes of the Península Valdés with a professional guide. Visit the Carlos Ameghino Interpretation Center, the village of Puerto Pirámides, and the old naval station of Punta Delgada.
Puerto Madryn is an attractive city for both international and domestic travelers making their way to Patagonia. The town of Puerto Madryn is a Argentina’s second largest fishing port, which is located on the Golfo Nuevo. The city still has a small town feel and the locals are very warm and welcoming to the tourists that come their way.
Welsh immigrants who came to the area founded the city of Puerto Madryn in the late 19th century. As the settlement began to grow more immigrants came to the area and then Puerto Madryn became a mix of Italians, Spanish and Welsh immigrants. There is clear evidence in the architecture and way of life that reflect the strong European influence in the city.
This is a great city to experience wildlife such as penguins, orcas, dolphins, elephant seals, armadillos, foxes and choiques and at the same time see the beautiful landscapes the area has to offer. The summer temperature is very similar to that of Buenos Aries, which is perfect to enjoy the 5 kilometers of soft sandy beaches Puerto Madryn has to offer. During the months of June – December is whale watching season and you are able to get a glimpse as they come as close as 20 kilometers from the coastal shore!
Puerto Madryn is great place for travelers to stop as it is considered the gateway to many other main attractions to nearby areas in Argentina. Some of the main attractions in Puerto Madryn are seeing the whale migration, seeing the seals at the peninsula váldez, going to the nature reserve of Punta Tombo to see the largest colony of Magellanic Penguins, visiting the Natural Science and Oceanographic Museum or relaxing on the sandy beaches of the area.