Puerto Madryn: Whales & Peguins
Puerto Madryn is a city in the Chubut Province of the Patagonian region and is the gateway to the famous Valdes Peninsula. Increased tourism has greatly improved amenities in the area, with visitors flocking from all corners of the world to see the plethora of arctic wildlife native to the region.
The Valdes Peninsula offers visitors a chance to see whales, penguins, sea lions, elephant seals and various bird species, all typical of the Patagonian Atlantic, while Punta Tombo Provincial Wildlife Reserve hosts the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in Patagonia.
TOURS PUERTO MADRYN
Puerto Madryn & Península Valdés
4 days to make the most of Peninsula Valdes (World Heritage site) and Punta Tombo, one of the world’s most fascinating experiences in marine wildlife watching in the South Atlantic, featuring its main stars: the Magellanic penguin and the southern right whale.
Hidden Argentina 15 days
The contrasting sceneries of Argentina in one single trip: cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, the Iguazu Falls surrounded by the rainforest, the Andes and the glaciers in El Calafate, the marine wildlife in the South Atlantic in Peninsula Valdes and the southernmost point of Patagonia in Ushuaia.