Explore the magnificent wild coast of the Patagonian Ocean; kayak through Villarino Beach with southern right whales, sail through the El Pedral Reserve, and be in the company of unique elephant seals on the shore of Dos Pozos.
Travelling to Argentina would not be the same without a visit to Patagonia. Along the coast of the Patagonian Ocean, savour incredible views of the largest ecoregion in the country, with inter-jurisdictional marine parks and extraordinary Patagonian reserves and ranches with intimate wildlife encounters. Marvel at the stunning landscape of the El Pedral Reserve as you come face-to-face with the delightful colony of Magellanic penguins before visiting Villarino Beach to kayak with the breath-taking southern right whales.
Known as the Blue Route, an expanse of 2000 kilometres of scenic road crosses three “blue parks”, taking you to the largest Natural Museum on Earth. From the fossils of marine organisms and petrified forests scattering the semi-arid landscape, the route is a paradise for ecotourism in the amount and variety of wildlife that can be seen there. Within the close proximity of visitors, large colonies of Magellanic penguins, elephant seals, flamingos, rheas, and foxes flourish, existing as the guardians of the immense Patagonian Ocean.
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Kayak next to magnificent southern right whales for an immersive wildlife encounter
- Explore the Patagonian blue route; a paradise for the variety of wildlife that can be seen there
- Experience unique up-close encounters with the Magellanic penguin and elephant seal colonies
- Explore Buenos Aires, Argentina’s colourful capital city