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Safety in Peninsula Valdes Routes

Driving on gravel involves not going more than 37 mph (60 km / h ) and not touching the brake when cornering. Inside Peninsula Valdes, there is no internet sign, except near Puerto Piramides, When there is no cell phone signal, communications are possible thanks to 4 emergency telephones placed strategically along the different roads toRead More

Photographers in season of Whales and Orcas

God breeds them ...and Puerto Piramides brings them together! Whale Watching season creates intense seasonal activity y Puerto Piramides and Peninsula Valdes. Waiting during the offseason for the whales to arrive and the possibility of navigating Golfo Nuevo in their presence wakes the adventurous appetite in all of us. Either by large Catamaran, small boat, orRead More

Peninsula Valdes – General characteristics

Península Valdes was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, in 1999. Its great beauty and majesty, its prehistoric soil full of marine fossils, its infinite landscapes, the pure and abundant air that is breathed here, contain in a splendid frame the arrival of whales, penguins, dolphins, sea lions and elephants seals. Characteristics that makeRead More

What will I learn in the Punta Piramide Reserve?

In the Punta Pirámides Reserve, as I mentioned in other articles, the panoramic view is the closest thing to see infinity. A feeling of enormity surrounds me every time I look at an unmeasurable amount of water from its viewpoint. From there, see a 16-meter-long whale, literally discovering a tiny black dot in an endless

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How much does it cost to watch whales in Puerto Madryn? Season 2019

This is a very common question, but incorrect. Whale watching embarked only from Puerto Piramides, a small town of 500 people within Peninsula Valdes, 100 km from Puerto Madryn. Puerto Madryn is a city of almost 90,000 inhabitants and concentrates the largest number of hotels and travel agencies that sell the destination as if whaleRead More

Maps to travel Peninsula Valdes without Internet

Driving on gravel involves not going more than 37 mph (60 km / h ) and not touching the brake when cornering. Inside Peninsula Valdes, there is no internet sign, except near Puerto Piramides, that's why we dedicate this article for you to use in this adventure. You must have the cell phone battery charged! RoadRead More

Wildlife Calendar in Peninsula Valdes

Marine WildlifeRight Whale More than 2,000 southern right whales visit Peninsula Valdes. Between April and June, they begin to arrive and leave by the end of December. Peninsula Valdes is considered the largest maternity in the world for this species and other marine mammals. Magallanic Penguin More than 500,000 Magellan penguins arrive every year inRead More

Among the 10 best places in the world to see whales

According to National Geographic, one of the best places in the world for whale watching is Peninsula Valdes. It is good to be told by someone from the outside because it maintains objectivity that we who live here have already lost. Precisely because every day we are surprised by the number of whales we seeRead More

Basic Geology of Peninsula Valdes

Characteristic to the geography of the Valdes Peninsula are high cliffs and extensive rock reefs that harbor cobblestone, gravel, and sandy beaches. Numerous small bays and islands help to complete the picture of this coastline. Formed from sedimentary rock, over the slow geological process that took millions of years, accumulating and consolidating stratus layers into

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Isthmus Ameguino Museum of Peninsula Valdes

A desolate road occupied by wild animals, unique to the landscape of these latitudes, serves as an introduction to the Valdes Peninsula. 4.3 mi ( 7km ) after passing the control booths and entrance to the Peninsula, a large round-about offers access to the Visitors Center. Here a small and well-maintained museum exhibits a general viewRead More

Peninsula Valdes Tides

Tides of the Valdes Peninsula are constantly coming and going. As is normal with the tidal flux almost everywhere, there will be two high tides and two low tides in the 24 hours that make up a day. The times and levels of the tides vary greatly throughout the peninsula.  The flow of the incoming

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San Pablo de Valdes Life Reserve

San Pablo Valdes Fauna and Flora Protection The Vida Silvestre foundation owns and manages a piece of land, just a few kilometers from Puerto Piramides, with 18.000 ac  ( 7,360 ha ) and bordering the coast of the Golfo Nuevo, called San Pablo de Valdes. All of the activities offered on this land are financed by the Vida Silvestre Foundation, madeRead More

The climate in Peninsula Valdes

Due to the maritime characteristics of the Peninsula Valdes, annual temperature variations are minimal, with the highs and lows in summer and winter respectively, rarely reaching extremes. Over the entire year, the average monthly temperatures vary only 50*F ( 10*C ), with a mean summer average of  64*F /46*F ( 18*C/8*C  ) in winter. In general, the

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