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Papaleadfoot wrote a review Apr. 2020
Cave Creek, Arizona376 contributions158 helpful votes
A distance from the port; visited in route to the Paleontology Museum. An OK stop to see the sea lions. (if you've seen colonies of sea lions before, this is the same sight). Not a destination to send the day!
Date of experience: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
browncondo2102 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Kitchener, Canada1,169 contributions263 helpful votes
It is about a half hour from the ship. Great place to view seal lions in the wild. Very steep cliffs where you can view them below. Peninsula Valdes has been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Date of experience: January 2020
Alexandra M wrote a review Jan. 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
Best to see this by boat. The local agents charge a lot to take you to the cliff viewing point and it’s nicer to take a boat trip which includes dolphins.
Date of experience: December 2019
VAPilot wrote a review Nov. 2019
Vienna, Virginia426 contributions187 helpful votes
It takes about 30 minutes to get here from the Puerto Madryn pier by tour bus/car. Once there there are two trails. The closer one allows you to look down the cliff about 200 feet into a sheltered cove to see tons of sea lions sunning themselves and relaxing. A walk of about 1000 feet down the other trail takes you to a different point on the cliff where you can see the previous cove and also see sea lions swimming!…
Date of experience: October 2019
meyssun x wrote a review Nov. 2019
We were there at 8:30, after opening. The place was all for us and the sea lions. You can observe them from above and enjoy the show. You can also observe the rock shags and rabbits. Totally worth it (30 min car ride from Puerto Madrin)
Date of experience: November 2019