Puerto Madryn – Visit to Peninsula Valdes.
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel you will be transferred to the Puerto Madryn. If you are lucky you may catch a glimpse of a rhea, South American ostrich or guanaco wondering on the flat grey expanse.
You will cross the isthmus where you will be able to see the waters of the San Jose Gulf on your left and the large bay of the Nuevo Gulf to the right. Inside the national park and nature reserve you can see the San Jose Fort museum, which informs you of all the flora and fauna that are present in the peninsula.
Spot the sea elephants, storks, guanaco deer, armadillos, Patagonian hares, foxes, eagles and many more species at Caleta Valdes, which is a natural long creek home to an abundance of wildlife.
After Caleta Valdes the road descends into golden cliffs overlooking the bay of the small village, Puerto Piramides. Southern right whales tend to arrive here in late August, however they have been sighted as early as June and use the bay to mate and breed. Take a boat trip into the bay and get up close with these fascinating animals