Lying on the northeast of the Province of Santa Cruz, on the northern bank of the ria bearing the same name, Puerto Deseado stands out for its colorful and changing topography.
The city is accessed by taking a detour from National Route 3 towards the East along National Route 281, after crossing the Districts of Jaranillo and Teller.
The huge bays, the cliffs and the capes always lined by the endless blue sea are a constant picture appreciated along the 965 kilometers of coastline in the Province of Santa Cruz.
The hectic seabird colonies are the guides to a captivating destination, a starting point for the curious eye of lovers of nature, adventure and unspoiled territories.
This metropolis is one of the most important ports in Argentina. The fishing industry represents its main activity.
Furthermore, the city has witnessed the booming tourism in the last few years. It has become a haven for fans of wildlife, due to the high biodiversity of species all along Ria Deseado, declared intangible natural reserve.