We leave early in the morning to the Península Valdés Protected Natural Area. After an hour of travel we arrive at the Carlos Ameghino Isthmus, where we will visit the interpretation center.
Then we will move to Puerto Pirámides to observe, from land, the colony of sea lions. During the months of April, May and until June 15, there will be no sailing in Puerto Pirámides. Lunch (not included) will be scheduled in Puerto Piramides.
Then we head towards Punta Cantor to observe the outer coast of the peninsula and we arrive until the beginning of the Valdés Cove. We interpret the geological formations of the coast and from there we depart towards Punta Norte.
On the way we have a good chance of observing terrestrial wildlife, such as guanacos, choiques, foxes, maras, piches and skunks.