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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>
US$122.06 per adult
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Andy keen wrote a review Apr. 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom1,295 contributions350 helpful votes
Lovely long walk along the coast then popped in for coffee but so much more....lovely views and the ecocentro is amazing. Find time to go
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Soledad P wrote a review Jan. 2020
Baracoa, Cuba60 contributions18 helpful votes
This museum has ridiculous hours when it is open and it is closed when it says it is going to be opened. It's a five kilometer walk from the center of town and to find it closed is really annoying.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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VAPilot wrote a review Nov. 2019
Vienna, Virginia426 contributions164 helpful votes
This museum of sorts showcases the whales and other marine life found in the Valdes peninsula and further south in Antarctic waters. There's a great view of the bay to be had if you climb up to the 2nd floor. Also interesting is the small open tank with anemones, fish and other marine life. The gift shop has some unique local items at great prices.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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IcyPlayz wrote a review Jul. 2019
Silver Spring, Maryland39 contributions4 helpful votes
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Staff was very knowledgeable and answered many questions. Beautiful location. Gorgeous viewing tower. My kids loved the tidal pool display with live crabs, urchins, sea stars, mussels, etc.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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lobstaluva wrote a review Apr. 2019
Springfield, Massachusetts649 contributions308 helpful votes
Located on a cliff overlooking the Patagonian Sea, this small museum offers a different approach to understanding the Valdes Peninsula and Patagonia. It combines art and science in many educational ways with emphasis on the understanding and appreciation of the area. Marine life, geography, ecosystems, ocean currents, evolution and more are woven into various presentations. There is much to be learned about the Southern Right Whale even to experiencing their underwater sounds. Interactive exhibits and children’s areas are good for the kids. Be sure to go up in the lighthouse tower for some good views and possible sightings of whales. The little artificial tidal pool houses a variety of invertebrates. Staff is fluent in English, and signs are also in English which is very helpful. Check on the times the museum is open because they seem to vary. There is both shuttle and bus service from town, but again, check on the times. Admission is somewhere between $6-8 US and the museum is non-profit. Nice little library, cafe and gift shop too.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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