Del Nomade Hosteria Ecologica

Address: Av. de las Ballenas s/n, Puerto Piramides, Province of Chubut, Patagonia, U9121XAQ, Argentina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. de las Ballenas s/n, Puerto Piramides.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Piramides

    Whales and Wales

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 16, 2015

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... a little wet we drove around the peninsula to several good spots for viewing more marine wildlife and got to see Sea lions, Elephant seals, Magallenic penguins. Peter even spotted a group of Killer whales but was disappointed that they didn’t come on the beach and grab a sea lion, which is a technique they have developed in this area. On the land we saw Guanacos (Llama like), Maras (rabbit like), Tinamou (funny looking birds) and one squashed ...

    Peninsula Valdes

    A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Feb 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... we saw more penguins, elephant seals, and sealions. Sadly we didn't see any orcas- which are often seen at high tide almost beaching themselves to poach a feed, but it was incredible to see and listen to the weird noises coming from the sealions and elephant seals. The sealions had hundreds of pups on the beach that were suckling from their mamas, whilst the enormous male sealions (with mane- hence the name) stood guard from challenging younger males! Awesome ...

    Roadtrip 3- End of the World and 10 Penguin Facts

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Dec 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the other side of the river to us simply standing around in a group looking over at the strange humans with binocculars and cameras. We had to be as quiet as possible whilst watching as penguins don't like shouting (PENGUIN FACT #3). Every ten minutes or so one or two of them would waddle to or return from their fishing trips to the sea. It was fun to watch and worth the trip, especially for the first hour when we had the place to ourselves. Because it wasn't long until a bus ...

    Elephant seals galore

    A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Nov 17, 2014

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... and it was clear she didn’t have the experience necessary for a safe visit. Eventually Pitu accompanied us, along with her pet sheep, and helped us sneak through sleeping seals down to the water’s edge where we sat on an incredibly uncomfortable 10 million year old bed of fossilized oyster shells. The intimate encounter with the young seals was wonderful. A few ...

    Route 3

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Apr 20, 2014

    11 photos

    ... EVERYWHERE, literally hundreds of thousands of them. They had been in this "rookery" since September, coupled up in faithful pairs, fixing up their nests, mating and caring for their eggs and newborn babies. They were now molting, shedding one layer of feathers to be replaced by a brand new shiny coat, and preparing to head out to sea for the next four months until returning to their very same nests. We walked among the colony for a good two hours, marveling at the cuteness ...