Estancia Rincon Chico
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Puerto Madryn
... s first aluminium plant, which was built in the 1970s - a hydro dam was constructed especially for it to provide the cheap electricity. Interesting as this was, we felt we were running late, as the key time to watch the whales from the shoreline at this site was at high tide, and high tide was 1pm - with a window to watch them of 2 hours either side.
As the town, which has rapidly grown from 6,000 to 100,000, thinned out, the ...
... travels from ranch to ranch. The ranch keeps a few sheep for demonstration purposes. The owner gave us a detailed description of what was to happen as well as facts about sheep and ranches. Similar to the ranch we visited in Chile, this ranch now earns most of its income from tourists. It's proximity to the city makes his sheep targets for stray dogs and theft by local people. His herd has dropped from over 1600 sheep to less than 400 in recent years.
The man ...
... t believe they were so close, or rather that they didn’t care that we were so close to them. They didn’t really look at us with interest, just sort of ignored us and did their thing. Enchanting! Again, we stayed much longer than the other people, and a couple of times it was just us and the penguins… We did at one point suggest to each other that we could take care of a penguin, and we could take it on our trip, but in the end, another car would pull up, and ...
... is travelling south this weekend so hopefully we will all meet up, maybe a little hostel hike me thinks!
Another long bus trip today, we leave here at 14.45 and arrive at El Calafate at 16.00 on Saturday (the following day)! Its been a brief visit to Puerto Madryn but it has felt like home, fresh baked bread every morning, amazing people and a chili sunny start to the morning, just like a bright autumn day in England, certainly worth the ...
... lines, Princess does not take an in-your-face approach like I often see on Norwegian.
The dining experience rivals Celebrity, but with one key difference. On Celebrity, the servers are trained to always act in a professional manner. It’s unusual that they would engage in much small-talk with passengers. But on Princess, we’ve found the servers to be extremely outgoing and friendly, often taking ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility