Bustamante Bay is a town that lives for half a century of production of algae and, more recently, tourism. Situated 180 kilometers north of Comodoro Rivadavia, in the great arc which forms the Golfo de San Jorge, recently declared National Park. Guided by a lesser-known regions of Patagonia, inhabited by various species of birds and marine wildlife.
Of the many faces of Patagonia, there is far removed from any urban center and mass tourism. It Bahía Bustamante, a quiet village of 50 inhabitants on the coast of Chubut, where at night the electricity went electric generator and everything, is thrown into utter silence. There, the summer mornings are crystal clear and radiant, ideal for sailing due to the sites where you can see the abundant marine life of the site includes, for example 60,000 Magellanic penguins and sea lions 3500, to name only the most common species. (más…)