Adventure and Sea Kayaking
Península Valdés

South Coast of San Jose Gulf / Sea Kayak adventure escape!

Join us for this unique kayaking experience in the Peninsula Valdes. During 3 days full adventure we will paddle along the coast of San Jose Gulf, enjoying daily wildlife viewing and great food!







South Coast of San Jose Gulf


Trip Overview:
Location: Península Valdés, Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina
Trip length: 3 days, begins and finishes in Trelew or Puerto Madryn
Activity: Sea kayaking / Wilderness camp / Hiking / Wildlife viewing/ Whale Watching
Accommodation: Wilderness camp
Physical challenge: Low
Minimum group size: 2
Season: September through early December (whales season) / December through March (summer season)

Trip Features:

- Kayaking with sea lions
- Marine and land bird watching
- The most important population of Southern Right whales in the Southern Hemisphere
- Imposing landscape and magical Patagonian sunsets

Magellanic Penguin
Kayak and Cliffs

2016 Dates:
Whales Season: Aug 13 to 15 / Sept 14 to 16/ Oct 8 to 10/ Oct 20 to 22 / Nov 9 to 11/ Nov 26 to 28 / Dec 5 to 7.

Summer Season: Feb 6 to 8 / March 24 to 26

2017 Dates:
Summer Season: Feb 4 to 6 / March 18 to 20
Whales Season: Aug 19 to 21 / Sept 13 to 15 / Oct 7 to 9 / Oct 18 to 20 / Nov 4 to 6 / Nov 18 to 20 / Dec 1 to 3.

Price: U$S 980.- per person. (regular departures)

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Qualified expedition guides.
Entry fees to the Peninsula Valdes Nature Reserve
All group camping and cooking gear.  All group equipment, kayaks, paddles, etcetera
Ground transportation as mentioned in itinerary.
Airport transfers Madryn / Trelew.
All meals while on the kayak expedition..

Any additional meals not mentioned in itinerary.
Personal gear
Hotel accommodations
All personal nature items; phone calls, laundry, excess beverages, wines and liquors, laundry, room service. Insurance.
Staff/Guides gratuities.


During three days we invite you to join us to explore a fascinating portion of this gulf. Kayaking among the wildlife, small bays and spectacular cliffs.