Peninsula Valdes Whale Watching
Duration: 1 hour Super Easy
Why we love this tour
Watch the whales in their natural habitat from the company's own vessels, with whalers guides, biologists and nature photographers
- Whatch whales up-close
- Ranked as the most enjoyable nature tour in Peninsula Valdes
- Bilingual and knowledgeable crew
You'll be able to make contact and get excited about these wonderful creatures sociable attitude, both noble and friendly towards humans.
The sighting takes about one hour and fifteen minutes (1:15 hrs.) It depends on time of year, weather conditions and the number of animals found in the area.
You can watch the whales pass under the boat and approach from incredible distances. The sighting is completely safe for two reasons: these mammals are extremely peaceful and our boats have the appropriate safety features.
The whales come to the shores of the Golfo Nuevo and San José by the calm waters. They will transit some of the most important stages of their lives: copulate, give birth and raise their calves. Gestation time is approximately 11/12 months.
Our tour begins along the coast, guided by our bilingual personnel, who will talk about the unique ecosystems by the coast and the sea.
When we spot a whale, the boat engine will be shut off and the only thing that you will be hearing is the sound of the ocean and the occasional bird passing by.
In this scenario, the whales will appear next to the boat and we'll live in harmony in the same place as long as they stay above the surfacee.
Need to know before you go
The departures for whale watching are daily, every 2 hours
All tours depart from the city of Puerto Madryn.
Provided byTangol Tours
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