Whale Watching

Each year they swim over 7,000 miles, coasting along the cold waters of Patagonia and here they are, ready to delight us with their acrobatics and singing. The male humpback whales come here to find a partner. To do this, they act like most males, they don´t miss a chance to show off by jumping over the water, lifting their 20-30 tons above the surface of the water, to then fall back splashing with their large pectoral fins. Once underwater, they seize the moment to seduce their mates by chanting a series of complicated songs.