Bahia Bustamante Hosteria

A rustic seafront estancia, Bahia Bustamante was founded as a seaweed harvesting village 1953 along a remote stretch of Argentina’s Atlantic Coast. Surrounded by clear blue seas, white sands and petrified forests, this hidden corner of Patagonia is host to an abundance of wildlife, including sea lions, penguins and dozens of bird species. Guests stay in Sea Front Houses with two doudle bedrooms, en suite bathrooms, living rooms, and sea-facing terraces. Furnishings are simple yet comfortable. All meals are served in the ‘Store House’ which nearly doubles as a maritime museum. Visitors spend their days exploring the coast by boat, kayak, on foor or on horseback, observing wildlife, hiking through the petrified forest, learning about the seaweed industry and the inner workings of a true Patagonian ranch.