Observe animals at a distance. Do not follow or close in on wildlife.Never feed the wildlife. This alters their natural behavior and could have negative effects on their health.Leave behind what you find. Rocks, plants, and other natural objects that you might come upon, are best left where discovered so that others can encounter nature as well.
There are over 40,000 active Magellanic Penguin nests in the Valdes Peninsula. This curious and entertaining species, attracted by the abundance of food and naturalprotection found here, is the center of attention for tourist from around the world.
The Orcas of Valdes have adopted a unique and amazing method of hunting in the capture of both sea lions and elephant seals. Intentionaly stranding themselves on the beach, taking more than half of their bodies out of the water, catching their prey and then returning to the sea with energetic movement.