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We flew over the coast of Rawson. Hovering in the air, we watched the enigmatic geography of Patagonia over the South Atlantic Ocean.
Punta Tombo is one of the most famous spots in the Argentinian Patagonian littoral. Thousands of tourists gather in front of one of the most fascinating shows performed by nature.
A very interesting gourmet proposal at the time of visiting the city harbor. After an unforgettable excursion, taste the fish and seafood from the Argentinian sea.
A splendid ravine with reminiscences from the Jurassic Period. An impossing site, with strange rock formations that resemble giant natural altars.
Bottlenose dolphins dwelling the Patagonian coast escort boats and offer a unique performance.
The waves of this beautiful beach in Rawson are ideal to experiment surfing in the Patagonian shores.
We left the sea and the steppe behind to visit the Florentino Ameghino Dam, a green nook crossed by the Chubut River.
Caleta Valdés is a privileged strip of beach dwelled by countless species representative of the sea fauna.
The Salesian Regional Museum houses an important anthropological collection that shows the city from its origins to this date.