Océano Patagonia was featured as one of the 10 best hotels near the sights in Argentina in The Guardian’s recent travel section.
“With a breathtaking view over the bay at Puerto Piramides, at the southern edge of the remote Valdés peninsula, this eco-lodge was the area’s first boutique option when it opened <two> years ago. Water recycling, solar energy and a geothermal system are some of the green standards implemented at this 12-room lodging, and it’s all so much sweeter when you hear a southern right whale breathing loudly through its blowhole as you breakfast on your terrace. This town is the only embarkation point for whale-spotting trips in this Unesco world heritage site.”
“As one of the most important and respected news sources in the UK, The Guardian reaches 157 million unique browsers worldwide,” explains Océano Patagonia co-owner Sharilyn Amy. “With all that our region has to offer for both explorers and those interested in marine conservation, we are committed to raising the profile of Peninsula Valdés and Argentina with a global audience, shedding further light on the importance of environmental protection and supporting our local economy.”