Extension: VALDES PENINSULA
In the northern seacoast of Patagonia, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A Hot Spots for mammals like Guanacos, Sealelephant, Southern Right-Whales, Maras, etc and the largest colony of Magellanic penguins
Highlights: 
World Heritage Site by UNESCO
The largest colony of Magellanic penguins
Great trip for terrestrial and marine mammals

By stopping in Valdes Peninsula in the northern seacoast of Patagonia, you get to know an important nature reserve which is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It holds the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in spring (September to November).
The coastline is inhabited by marine mammals such as sea lions and elephant seals, as well as orcas. Southern right whales can be found in the Gulf between September and December, as they go there to mate and breed.

Lenght: 
2 to 4 days
Species in the trip: 
190
Season: 
June to December
Habitats: 
Coast, Monte and Patagonian Steppes

Map

Extension: VALDES PENINSULA

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