Península Valdés is a nature reserve of international importance. Therefore, it`s on the UNESCO list of world heritage. This is the home of the most endangered sea mammals, such as whales and sea lions.
Peninsula occupies an area of 3,625 square kilometers and is linked to the mainland by a narrow passage. From October to March the main attraction of the reserve are penguins, and from mid-December, the most interesting are the whales. With a little luck, in April, visitors can also notice Orcas, the famous killers whales.
In addition to observing the animals, the organizers offer diving, fishing, mountain biking and more. On the peninsula there is a small village Puerto Pirámides, with about 300 inhabitants. These are restaurants, markets and tourist shops. Several exotic bars completes the offer of this place.
Península Valdés is the ideal tourist destination for nature lovers, admirers of exotic animals, and wonderful sea ambient. Local residents welcomes visitors with large hospitality, and they will do everything that guests experience the full enjoyment with great and unforgettable memories.