Hostel Viajeros

Maiz 545, Puerto Madryn, Province of Chubut, Patagonia, ., Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn

Los Lobos Marinos!!

A travel blog entry by groovycakes on Feb 18, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... Then we all piled onto a bus and drove to Punta Lomo, stopped on a beach, got into a boat and drove the rest of the way to the colony. We could see them on the rocks and playing in the water and our guide, Francisco "Call me Gringo", said it was going to be a perfect day! He invented his own system and PADI diving certification for swimming with the lobos- you don't move your arms at all because it scares them and to attract them we ...

Day 97 - El Doradillo Beach - Stupid wind

A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Nov 11, 2013

4 photos

... we are leaving early morning to fly to Ushuaia. Brilliant. Not to worry we thought. We read about a beach 12kms away where you can watch the whales from the shore at high tide as they come really close. There are some amazing pics on Trip Advisor. Again Gaston poo pooed our plan by telling us we are too late in the year for this and should have come in September. Not to be put off (and because there is nothing else to do and we have hired ...

Peninsula Valdes and El Doradillo

A travel blog entry by andyb11 on Jun 16, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

My Dutch friend Eline joined me for the weekend in Puerto Madryn, which was lucky as not many tours will run just for one person!!! Myself, Stephanie, Nico and Tobias attempted to go to Puerto Ninfas to see the elephant seals on Thursday but we got most of the way there and we're unable to pass because the gravel road was flooded! :( Eline and I went to peninsula Valdes on Saturday, it was a bit crazy due to extremely high winds and super cold temperatures! Saw some elephant ...

Deja vu

A travel blog entry by peter.zgeb on Mar 02, 2013

19 photos

... unpaved and quite bumpy. As luck would have it, it rained a lot just before we arrived, leaving large ponds in the roads and making some roads impassable by bus.
Our first stop was the world famous palaeontology museum in the Welsh-settled town of Trelew. Between dinosaur bones found locally, and those acquired from other museums around the world, the museum and it's labs are quite interesting and informative... definitely worth a visit if you're in the area and interested in ...

Penguins and Beaches

A travel blog entry by on Jan 13, 2013

... we had some pasta and then went to the bus station for our next bus ride to Bariloche. This station was much smaller and quieter than Buenos Aires so it was much easier and far less stressful to get to the right one! We didn't have super cama this time so we weren't completely flat but we still slept pretty well. We woke this morning to find the landscape had completely changed! We are now up in the mountains and lakes and it is stunning. If only we could have more time in ...