Between August and November, hundreds of Southern Right whales reach the coast of Argentina to mate. You can see them jumping, shooting clouds of water into the air and fearlessly swimming between the boats full of tourists. They arrive at Puerto Madryn, in Argentina, a tourist town in the province of Chubut. Normally you can hire a boat trip to navigate between them, but they can also be seen from the coast. I was much amazed when, while strolling through Puerto Madryn, I suddenly saw the tail of a whale.