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Loberia de Punta Loma

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Route 1 17 km al sur, Puerto Madryn, Argentina
+54 9 280 456-4422
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USD 82.30*
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Private Shore Excursion: Punta Loma Natural Reserve
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USD 48.00*
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Puerto Madryn Gulf Sightseeing Cruise
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USD 60.00*
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City Tour and Sea Lions at Punta Loma from Puerto Madryn
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  • Average15%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Route 1 17 km al sur, Puerto Madryn, Argentina
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Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

It is really nice to get to see the sea lions. The sounds they make and how they behave! You see them from an view point up the hill. The tour will take you there before or after going to whale watching.

Thank Israël M
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Friend bring me to the loberia de punta loma .for visit the place have to buy the ticket for more or less 5/8 euros the problem is : the animal is so far where you have the possibility to see ..From puerto Madrin is about...More

Thank sergiogll
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

We visited here on a day trip from our cruise and organised at the pier for a taxi to take us and then bring us back to the ship which was amazing (and much cheaper then the cruise ship tours which didn't come to this...More

Thank Lawriem1
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Puerto Madryn is beautiful, you have a great warm weather (in the southern hemisphere's summertime), and you get amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean from top cliffs. Given its proximity to colder weather you can also see wild animals as is the case of for...More

Thank SuitcaseLawyer
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Did an NCL Tour that included the Punta Loma Reserve. The viewing area is atop a cliff overlooking the Sea Lion beach. This is an easy way to see the Sea Lions in action, they were out in the water and wondedring on the beach....More

Thank DonDory
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Nice view for a short stop. Clear view to Sea Lions, have a short walk to a sightseen spot. Reccomended.

Thank AriKir
Reviewed 8 February 2017

First hand look into the unspoiledArgentinian WildernessA nature reserve created in 1967 A permanent Sea Lions colony with everlasting others sea mammals and birds visit also the nearby ranch a typical Patagonian station

Thank airport2015
Reviewed 23 January 2017

Went as part of a tour, snorkeling not included, didn't see how you would do this. The view from the cliffs wad ok for a while, limited walking - certainly not worth going a long way out of the way unless you've never seen sea...More

Thank Trav3lgur
Reviewed 16 December 2016

We cycled here which on reflection wasn't the best idea. Its only 17km out of Puerto Madryn but about half of that is on a gravel road that is much better suited to quad bikes than bicycles. There's also quite a lot of traffic on...More

1  Thank CP1973
Reviewed 9 December 2016

Seeing the sea lions in a natural habitat is really a remarkable scene. Only to be rivaled by the scenery that you experience en route to the habitat. We arrived at the site as part of a two hour (or so) 4x4 tour on the...More

Thank aliceann1
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21 August 2016|
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Response from Marília A | Reviewed this property |
I did the tour with Master Divers. I'm not sure they operate year round, but they have a Facebook page, maybe you can ask them there. But that's for diving or snorkeling with the sea lions. I did all of my other tours with... More
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