The little Wales at Gaiman - Private guided tour with Transportation included'
If you love history this is a must do excursion , imagine yourself following the steps of the first settlers that have set foot in this part of Patagonia, an small group of people from Wales that have sailed for 2 months to begin a new life at the opposite side of the world.
The tour starts at the exact arrival place in the city of Puerto Madryn to continue towards the cities of trelew and Gaiman (also known as the cities of the low valley of Chubut River)we'll see the heritage they left as the valley and all the productive area to end at the welsh town of Gaiman and enjoy the traditional Welsh Tea and on the way back to Puerto Madryn you have the option to visit the Paleontological Museum in the city of Trelew
Note: If your are a bigger group don't hesitate to ask me as I can arrange for bigger transportation
Puerto Madryn City tour with historical highlights
Trelew, Gaiman , back to pier
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Once off the cruise, you'll see next to your cruise ship a group of buses with a sign on their windshields " SHUTTLE BUS" , please take one of these and outside the pier exactly on the parking area for Shuttle Buses in the city, I will be waiting for you holding a sign with your Name and below our company logo
End location: I will drop you off at the port terminal where the shuttle buses are.
Duration: 5 hours
The duration can vary depending on how much time you'll take at the tea house,museum and city sightseeing
Chevrolet Trailblazer 4x4 - capacity up to 6 passengers
Transportation in a comfortable vehicle and english speaking guide service.
Welsh Tea (approx. AR$ 300 per person)
Entrance fee to the Paleontological Museum (approx. AR$ 150 per person)
My car can fit up to 4 people comfortably. Please inquiry for larger groups.
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Carina was very pleasant, very knowledgeable and punctual. We all enjoyed the experience. We got more than expected and she went 'that extra mile' for us.