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Costas de Patagonia

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Costas de Patagonia

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Calle Cacique Chiquichan 257, Puerto Madryn U9120LSG Argentina
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Cruise Shore Excursion Peninsula Valdes - Pto Madryn - Patagonia - Argentina
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Cruise Shore Excursion Peninsula Valdes - Pto Madryn - Patagonia - Argentina

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Only as a reference, we provide tours and tourist services, at the Puerto Madryn area, Peninsula Valdes and Punta Tombo with Trelew valley; we focus all our efforts on providing outstanding experiences in contact with wildlife. Besides our office in downtown Puerto Madryn, we also have desks at both of the city's piers, and we have been providing shore excursions to cruise passengers for the last 14 seasons.<br><br>All our tours start and finish at the pier.<br><br>These rates includes vehicle up to 18 seats, with A / C, English speaking tour guide and box lunch (ham and cheese sandwich, granola bar, 1 Argentinean alfajor and 1 bottle of water) also you can choose between vegetarian, gluten free meals.<br><br>We do not use coach buses for tours.<br><br>If the ship does not dock, we do not charge anything, and if you prepaid for the whole tour or any kind of deposit, we will refund the 100%<br><br>If you do not show up at the pier up to 45 minutes after the ship docks (NO SHOW) we will charge 100% of the rate<br>
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PBPG wrote a review Apr. 2017
Yorkshire, United Kingdom1,924 contributions192 helpful votes
We didn't see much of the town, the the docks were quite a sight. Ships is all sorts fo condition. Makes you wonder what the plan is.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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cmschw@comcast.net wrote a review Apr. 2016
Alexandria, Virginia4,503 contributions568 helpful votes
We came here from a Celebrity cruise and enjoyed the towns of Puerto Montt and Puerto Madryn. Our favorite was Ushuaia and bay of the same name where you see beautiful fjords and the proverbial End of the World. We got lucky because the Pacific and Atlantic oceans can make for a violent collision of water and a rocky ship ride. It was so calm and the ship personnel had never seen this way before.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Peter R wrote a review Feb. 2016
Buderim, Australia2,098 contributions529 helpful votes
we saw the beach before getting onto the boat and it was quite a good looking beach but very few people on it. The surf was very little but it looked good enough for a swim
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Przemysław Zwierzyński wrote a review Feb. 2015
Katowice, Poland576 contributions42 helpful votes
There is not too many things to do in the city of Puerto Madryn, besides seeing penguins, so quite good idea is to take some rest on the beach. However this one is not so clean, but it is really huge, so I'm pretty sure that you can find there some nice spots.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Max M wrote a review Oct. 2013
Buenos Aires, Argentina225 contributions59 helpful votes
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VISITED SEPTEMBER 2013 Puerto Madryn has an unique place to live the real experience with PENGUINS. More than 200,000 Penguins canbe found within the extensive lands of ESTANCIA SAN LORENZO, managed by the same family for more than 100 years. In addition, the owners collaborate with biological and ecological programs to preserve and study the habitat and all it's ecosystems. A huge advantage is that it is the only place where you can have the complete experience in the same area: WHALES, ELEPHANT SEALS, PENGUINS. This place is so unique that the local government "competes" with a second best (PUNTA TOMBO'S PENGUINS), which is located really far away from the other attractions must-see attractions (Elefant Seals, and WHALES) Estancia San Lorenzo is ideal for adults and childrens, because you can enjoy a typical Patagonian food (baby roasted lamb, excellent Malbec, meat empanadas), an unique experience with Penguins and Elefant Seals because of the quantity and also because they get really close! (close means 20cms, no touching of course!). Then you can have the whale experience with a short driving distance from the Estancia. It is important to note that Estancia SAN LORENZO has "no marketing initiatives" going on and that is because they only need "mouth-to-mouth" marketing between europeans, local argentines and americans to be booked way in advance each year. (you can guess who does not want Estancia San lorenzo to promote their unique experience!) As recommendation: sun screen, comfortable clothing (layered fleece/ goretex) , binoculars, walking sticks, breathable mountain shoes, dry fit socks, cargo pants, small backpacks, waterpack, camera (zoom 50-250 or 300), sunglasses, cap. During SEPTEMBER you will see plenty of whales, elephant seals reproduction dynamic between male/female competing with each other, nice wheater dough cold in the mornings.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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