The Patagonian Beaches
corridor, in the Provinces of Río Negro
, offers an excellent touristic combination, where kilometers of temperate waters and a variety of landscapes mingle with majestic cliffs, dunes, shoals, with countless fishing as well as sports and recreational possibilities.
These coasts present an extraordinary diversity where sandy or muddy beaches alternate with pebble accumulations, quartz rock massifs or abrupt cliffs.
The coastline has an extension of 4,500 km. The cold current called the Falkland Current, which flows to the North, meets with the warm Current of Brazil, with its subtropical species of animals.
The most renowned city in this area is Puerto Madryn
, known as the starting point for most of whale watching tours.
This corridor joins different cities as well as routes and provincial roads through National Route Nº 3 to get to all the beaches in this region.
Total: 1347 tours and excursions.
The Salesian Regional Museum treasures the history of Rawson and is the best place to discover the city, from its native peoples and the arrival of the first Welsh immigrants...
Leaving Rawson south of the Patagonian high plateau towards the west, there lies Valle de los Altares, a gorge of high walls that invites visitors to go on a journey...
There is a chance to tour around the beaches of the eastern coast of the Valdés Peninsula and find a magnificent show: the wide range of sea fauna that settles down there...
There is a new way to see the whales. How? From on board a yellow submarine that sets sail everyday from Puerto Pirámides to make the dream of hundreds of tourists come true.