Puerto Madryn Walking Discovery
Available all year
Discover the Welsh history of Puerto Madryn named after the 1st Baronet of Madryn
Stroll through the ancient grid of streets
Visit the Provincial Museum of Natural History and Oceanography
The coastal area here is packed with marine wildlife like the Magellanic penguins, dolphins and sea lions
Join us on a guided town walk of Puerto Madryn, founded in 1865 by a group of 150 Welsh immigrants to preserve the Welsh language and culture. On our walk, we’ll see the Monument to the Welsh Settlers. Then stroll through the original settlement’s grid of streets, learn about the early history of Puerto Madryn, and visit the Provincial Museum of Natural History and Oceanography.
Remarks/requirements: We recommend wearing a hat, sunscreen and comfortable shoes. A windbreaker and a light fleece highly recomended.
Walking information: Walking on paved terrain.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
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