The park, which extends 63,000 hectares in total is protected as a national park. There are however a couple of thousand hectares open to the public. With a mixture of wildlife (condors, albatross, cormorants, gulls, terns, oyster-catchers, grebes, and kelp geese to name but a few the park is full of things to see. There is ample routes for hiking, along with camp-sites for those wanting longer in the park. A good guide book to Argentina will fill in the rest.