Panorama, Packed lunch
Depart from the pier and drive north across the flat Patagonian countryside before entering Peninsula Valdes. Peninsula Valdes resembles an island attached to the continent by a 25 mile long strip of land which, at some places, is only 4 miles wide. Your first stop will be at the Visitor Center on the way to Caleta Valdes, on the eastern shore, a sheltered bay with a long gravel spit onto which marine mammals can be seen and easily photographed. Very close to Caleta Valdes, there might be a possibility to view a very small and new penguin's colony, which is being established in this area. Then, we will follow to watch a Sea-lions colony near Puerto Piramides before our return
What you need to know
Please note: Places are limited, please reserve early. English guides availability limited. Light clothing, sunscreen, a hat and comfortable walking or hiking shoes recommended. Due to be in a natural reserve, the presence of animals depends on the season and on the weather conditions. Roads inside the peninsula are unpaved and rugged. This tour is not recommended for guests with mobility problems. Flash photography of wildlife is not permitted.