Tickets en Puerto Madryn

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We set out for Puerto Piramides an hour and a half after all regular tours to Península Valdes had left in order to avoid congestion at the Birds-watching time. After an hour trip we arrive to Puerto Piramides and take a boat close to midday. Passengers will be able to have lunch at any of the restaurants or cafeterias the village offers. After lunchtime, we will head for Puerto Madryn stopping by El Doradilloand Las Canteras beaches to Sea Lions whales at 15 meters from the coast.

We set out for Puerto Piramides an hour and a half after all regular tours to Península Valdes had left in order to avoid congestion at the whale-watching time. After an hour trip we arrive to Puerto Piramides and take a boat close to midday.
Passengers will be able to have lunch at any of the restaurants or cafeterias the village offers. After lunchtime, we will head for Puerto Madryn stopping by El Doradillo and Las Canteras beaches to watch whales at 15 meters from the coast.

We set out early in the morning for Rawson, the province capital city, and then to Rawson Port in order to do the Comersoni Dolphin watching. After the watching, we head for Trelew where passengers can visit the Egidio Feruglio Paleontology Museum, one of the most important in Latin America specialized in paleontology. Here we can examine all the geological eras, from the first human being on Earth to the Bing Bang.
There are 30 dinosaurs and about 2000 fossilized pieces on display in the Mesozoic era room, the main room at the museum. Then, we continue travelling to Gaiman, a village situated 15km west on the Chubut River northern bank. This small town is a very attractive place where the Welsh traditions can still be found at its best.
Its buildings (very well preserved since the times settlers disembarked and settled down in the valley), its typical Welsh tea and cake, all in the beautiful setting featured by the valley. After this visit, we complete our itinerary travelling west to Dolavon village, this time along the road that goes around the farmland, where numerous farms devoted to agro-tourism, offer varied and fine craftsmanship. We return to Puerto Madryn in the evening.

We set out early in the morning for Rawson, the province capital city, and then we head for Trelew where passengers can visit the Egidio Feruglio Paleontology Museum, one of the most important in Latin America specialized in paleontology. Here we can examine all the geological eras, from the first human being on Earth to the Bing Bang.
There are 30 dinosaurs and about 2000 fossilized pieces on display in the Mesozoic era room, the main room at the museum. Then, we continue travelling to Gaiman, a village situated 15km west on the Chubut River northern bank. This small town is a very attractive place where the Welsh traditions can still be found at its best. Its buildings (very well preserved since the times settlers disembarked and settled down in the valley), its typical Welsh tea and cake, all in the beautiful setting featured by the valley. After this visit, we complete our itinerary travelling west to Dolavon village, this time along the road that goes around the farmland, where numerous farms devoted to agro-tourism, offer varied and fine craftsmanship. We return to Puerto Madryn in the evening.

We start Early in the morning towards Peninsula Valdes Provincial Reserve. After one hour drive we will arrive at Puerto Piramides, where we will go on a boat trip (optional) to see whales from June to December. After this we head to Faro Punta Delgada Hotel & Restaurante (open from September to early March) to arrive near lunch time. There we will also have the opportunity to go down the beach and walk close to the sea elephants. After that, we continue to Punta Cantor along the eastern coastline of the peninsula and we get to Caleta Valdés (Valdés Inlet). We are shown geological formations there and then we go back to the Ameghino Isthmus, with its interesting interpretation centre. On the way we have good chances of coming across wild land fauna such as guanacos, rheas, foxes, maras (Patagonian hare), armadillos, skunks, etc. Finally, we return to the city of Puerto Madryn at sunset. Between April and July the lighthouse of Punta Delgada is closed, so we can not visit and lunch will be scheduled in Puerto Piramides or Caleta Valdes.

We start Early in the morning towards Peninsula Valdes Provincial Reserve. After one hour drive we will arrive at Puerto Piramides, where we will go on a boat trip (optional) to see sea lions and cormorants from January to March. After this we head to Faro Punta Delgada Hotel & Restaurante (open from July to early March) to arrive near lunch time. There we will also have the opportunity to go down the beach and walk close to the sea elephants. After that, we continue to Punta Cantor along the eastern coastline of the peninsula and we get to Caleta Valdés (Valdés Inlet). We are shown geological formations there and then we go back to the Ameghino Isthmus, with its interesting interpretation centre. On the way we have good chances of coming across wild land fauna such as guanacos, rheas, foxes, maras (Patagonian hare), armadillos, skunks, etc. Finally, we return to the city of Puerto Madryn at sunset. Between April and July the lighthouse of Punta Delgada is closed, so we can not visit and lunch will be scheduled in Puerto Piramides or Caleta Valdes.

We start Early in the morning towards Peninsula Valdes Provincial Reserve. After a one hour drive we will arrive at Puerto Piramides, where we will go on a boat trip (optional) to see whales from June toDecember and sea lions and cormorants from January to March. After this, we head to Estancia San Lorenzo, a traditional sheeping farm of the area, where apart from being offered typical lamb on a spit, will visit the Magellan penguin reserve situated 7km far from the farm-house (visit to San Lorenzo with fee). We will visit Punta Norte Reserve, where, from December we will see Sea lions and eventually Orcas. From here our next stop will be Punta Cantor to watch elephant Seals and the eastern coast of Peninsula Valdes and its remarkable features. On our way back to Puerto Madryn, we will stop at the Carlos Ameghino Isthmus interpretation centre. Finally we return to Puerto Madryn at sunset.

Punta Tombo is the most important Magellan Penguins colony within Patagonia. Half a million of them arrive at this place every year in order to breed. The first penguins arrive in September and stay here up to mid March but the best season to see them is after November, once the babies are born. One of the greatest features of this Reservation is the fact that you can literally walk among the penguins, follow them and learn their habits, see how they feed their babies, the rites of pairing, the fights for the defense of their territories, how they build their nests, and the restless walks they take to and from the sea. In other words, you can closely watch these tender little animals like you never imagined you could. Once you start getting closer to the coast, you will be surprised by a hectic fauna activity.
This rocky territory hosts a great quantity of sea birds: southern seagulls, skas, royal and black necked cormorants, Antarctic pigeons and petrels. Also, these coasts are frequently visited by sea lions as well as the southern whales, dolphins and orcas. Return to Puerto Madryn. We set out early in the morning to Punta Tombo Provincial Reserve. After about an hour and fifty - minute drive along Patagonian roads, we arrive at the colony. We will stay at the reserve for no less than two hours and a half in order to walk along the paths and also visit the Punta Tombo Interpretative Centre. In the evening we will back to Puerto Madryn. A stop at Trelew Airport -when going to or coming back from Punta Tombo -in order to leave or pick up passengers participating in the tour, might be included.

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