At the appropriate time you will be picked up from your hotel to cover the 270 km between Puerto Madryn and Bahia Bustamante. You will be driven along some dusty, dirt roads, but you will be able to see the interior of Patagonia, an area that few travelers have the chance to see.
On the road we will have a unique opportunity to visit the Dos Bahias Cape, where thousands of penguins come every year during breeding season, leaving in April to return the next spring. Most of the time they walk everywhere between their nests and the sea. The remote setting filled with these beautiful creatures makes this the highlight of the day.
It is never a good moment to leave, but after you’ve taken enough pictures, both with your camera and in your mind, we will continue on our way.
Upon arrival at Bahia Bustamante, you will immediately appreciate the remoteness of this beautiful seaside village located on Patagonia’s Atlantic coast. The place is entirely surrounded by nature, which is characterized by its unique biodiversity. There are few places in the world that house such an amount of diversity in seabirds and marine mammals.
What was the first seaweed village in the world is now a little town of 40 inhabitants and has opened its doors to travelers who are looking for authenticity. Offering panoramic views and access to the patagonian culture and a wide variety of fauna in an intimate way, it is a place where you will experience life as it has been for the last 100 years.
The sunsets here (you can see them from the back fence and over the Patagonian Steppes) are more than spectacular.
You will spend 3 nights at one of the traditional “houses by the sea”.