Discover the most important paleontology museum in South America and stop for photos at Punta Loma Reserve. Driving through the Patagonian plains, you’ll arrive at Punta Loma Reserve. Here, from the lookout point, you’ll be able to see the permanent colony of sea lions lying on the rocks. The sea lions, when not sunning themselves on the beach, can be observed full of life in the water showing off their swimming skills.
Visit the Museum of Paleontology in the Welch town of Trelew. It’s the most important paleontology museum in South America and acclaimed worldwide. The museum features different species of dinosaurs, chronologically ordered, and each in a distinctive environment as well as other exhibits.
Your guided visit is rounded off by a documentary that is informative and entertaining.
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Note: Tour involves approximately 1/2 mile of walking over uneven, cobblestone, sand, steep terrain and 20 steps. Buses may not be air-conditioned and travel along bumpy, dusty roads.