This two-week road trip leads adventurous travelers down the Atlantic coast of Argentine Patagonia. Along the journey, you'll see whales, penguins, desolate beaches, sheep ranches, petrified trees, and more! After a night in the capital city of Buenos Aires, jet down to Puerto Madryn — offering access to Peninsula Valdés, the top whale-watching destination in the country — and pick up your rental car to start the journey. From there, the itinerary heads south to Puerto Deseado, Petrified Forest National Park, Puerto San Julián. With stops along the way at historic sites and natural attractions, like the natural harbor where Magellan landed with his ships in the 16th century, the trip ends up at the luxurious Bahia Bustamante Lodge, where you'll have free time to explore the rugged coastline and expansive landscapes before heading back to civilization.