"Welsh Patagonia" Gaimán by leok

Gaimán Travel Guide: 18 reviews and 39 photos

A day trip out of Puerto Madryn - Gaimon is a small town where residents have sought to preserve the Welsh language.

Our tour consisted of driving us round a very normal looking suberb and describing the rocks (no joke) before a mutiny forced the tour guide to cut short this section of the trip and take us directly to the tea house - probably the only real reason to visit (unless you are Welsh).

A selection of sandwiches, cakes (including one with jelly/o on top!) and several pots of tea were all served. All perfectly nice but no better than the tea room in Puerto Madryn.

However the tour is worth doing as it also includes a visit to the penguins - for more info see my peninsula valdes page at:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/5a5ef/176a8f/

And for info on Puerto Madryn where you can book the tour go to:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/5a5ef/177155/

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