Bahía Laura Natural Reserve is an ideal tour for adventurous spirits who do not fear the Patagonian gravel roads and wish to observe sea wildlife from a close distance.
When touring around the Mario Brozoski Municipal Museum, we learned about the odyssey experienced by the English corvette Swift while it patrolled the Patagonian shores.
In a wild and desert space, a natural reserve protects South American fur seals and features a beautiful view of the sea, including an old lighthouse.
Puerto Deseado rises where the most ancient fort in Patagonia used to stand. Walking down the streets of town, we came across the traces of that part of history that has remained alive till our days.
The tour that provides access to Isla Pingüino promises adrenaline, as it involves navigating the sea and hiking across the boulders where strange sea species settle their nests.
The hillsides of two mountains -called Madre and Hija- shelter a great deal of fragments of large petrified logs and the ancient secrets of a forest that was destroyed by volcanoes.
An old chart laid out by Charles Darwin over a century ago is the start of a memorable experience with absolutely unique colors and textures.
Navigating the Deseado Ria is the best way to appreciate the biodiversity of the sea fauna inhabiting these broken coastline. A classic and amusing vacation experience.