Guides of Peninsula Valdes
How much does the Entrance to the Peninsula Valdes Reserve cost?
Photographers in season of Whales and Orcas
Touring the Birds Island Reserve
How to get to Birds Island from Puerto Madryn?
The Guanaco, in Peninsula Valdes and Patagonia
The Guanacos (Lama guanicoe), are mammals, relatives of llamas belonging to the order of the camelids, they carry with humility the title of being the largest terrestrial vertebrates of Patagonia. This beautiful animal species was before the arrival of the white man, a fundamental ally for the survival of the indigenous people who inhabited Patagonia,Read More
Southern Flamingo in Peninsula Valdes
What is the advantage of staying in Puerto Piramides?
Whale Maternity in Puerto Madryn, El Doradillo
Our adventure in Kayak with Patagonia Explorers
Mountain Bike in Peninsula Valdes
Conservation of the El Doradillo Protected Natural Area
How to Reach El Doradillo from Puerto Madryn
Selection of videos Filmed in El Doradillo Beach
Isthmus Ameguino Museum of Peninsula Valdes
The turkey vulture is a bird of the vulture family, which can be found all across the Americas. In the different countries of the continent, it has different names, such as buzzard, aura, or just vulture. In Península Valdés, it is one of the largest of the vultures, with a red head, blackish plumage, moreRead More
Also known as “Ñanco”, it can be seen throughout the Valdes Peninsula. The males measure up to 48 cm and the female is slightly larger, reaching 52 cm. The plumage is grey on the back, with a white underside in adults. Its’ most distinctive feature is a black stripe down the tail. Juveniles keep theirRead More
San Pablo de Valdes Life Reserve
A historical record of the colonization of Patagonia
This image represents just one small corner of Patagonia, a landscape illuminated by the warm glow of sunset reflected upon the small chapel at Bird Island, a replica of the one that stood at the San Jose fort in an early attempt at Spanish colonization. Isolated and alone, set to one side of the visitor’sRead More