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USHUAIA ( The End of The World  ) Albatros Hotel ****
Services include: Sglb  525.-    ad. night  327.-
Round trip airport transfers. Dblb  305.-    ad. night  163.-
Accomodation for 03 nights, breakfast included Trpb  260.-    ad. night   60.-
Hostal del Bosque Hotel ***
* Visit to The national Park including The Train. Sglb  525.-     ad. night  327.-
* 3 hour Navigation on The Beagle Channel. Dblb  305.-     ad. night  163.-

* Visit to Lake Escondido and Fagnano.

Trpb  260.-     ad. night   60.-

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Tierra del Fuego


The Andes mountain range shows its beauty in the Patagonian provinces. Millennial silent forests with native vegetable species are extended along the shores of glistening waters. On top of the mountains, nature overflows with granite peaks and ice fields spreading their glacier tongues into lakes of unsurpassable beauty.

Imposing mammals and sea birds, half-way between real life and fantasy, spend certain seasons on the rough coasts of Patagonia where they complete part of their life cycle. Seals colonies play on the islets and sandbanks. The world’s most important southern elephant seal continental colony is located in Peninsula Valdés. Every year, southern right whales come to Nuevo and San José gulfs to breed. Patagonian hares, “ñandúes” (South American ostrich) and “guanacos” run about the steppes, and the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in the world is located in Punta Tombo. This life cycle repeated since time immemorial, unfolds itself in front of the astonished visitors’ eyes.

In the south, Tierra del Fuego and the World’s southernmost city, Ushuaia, are the gateway towards the vast and mysterious Antarctica.

Things to do

Sailing. Departing from Ushuaia, you can go on a cruise to the Antarctic. You can also go on a catamaran trip along the Beagle Channel, where you will see seals, Magellanic penguins, cormorants, and other sea birds. In the summer, there are trips to estancia Harberton, property of the first white settlers in Tierra del Fuego. Sailing around Cape Horn and the Isla de los Estados.

Ecotourism. A trip on the southern-most train - Tren del Fin del Mundo - to Tierra del Fuego National Park, where you can go trekking, watch wonderful landscapes.

Skiing. Alpine or Nordic skiing is possible in Cerro Castor and several winter centers. Trips on sledges pulled by Siberian huskies.

Sport fishing. Fish of the salmon family weighing up to 11 Kg in the rivers and lakes of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego.

Enjoy eating crabs, shellfish, and roast lamb.

Places to visit

USHUAIA, CAPITAL OF THE PROVINCE. This is the southern-most city in the world. Its Museo del Fin del Mundo - End of the World Museum - has some interesting exhibits dedicated to indigenous people, nature, local history, and the shipwrecks that have occurred in this area.

BEAGLE CHANNEL AND TIERRA DEL FUEGO NATIONAL PARK. In this national park there are samples of sub-Antarctic forest. This is the home of red foxes, guanacos, beavers, condors and ducks. The park offers a beautiful view of the Beagle Channel and its mountainous islands. Lapataia Bay and its many sea birds are particularly beautiful. There are also some remains of a shell beach used by the Yaghanes Indians.

RÍO GRANDE. When travelling from Ushuaia to Río Grande, take a beautiful route which goes across the Paso Garibaldi mountain range. This is a spectacular place, specially in the fall, due to the red leaves of the lenga trees. In this area, there are facilities for long-distance skiing, as well as impenetrable forests, peat bogs, and lakes like Lake Fagnano and Lake Escondido. The Museo Regional is 10 Km away from Río Grande, and it has exhibits of the Onas Indians, fossils and geological finds, and samples of the regional flora and fauna.

Other places of interest: Estancia (ranch) María Behety has one of the world's largest sheep-shearing sheds, with a capacity for 5,000 sheep. At Cabo Domingo there is an excellent view of the sea.

Source:    Argentina - Secretaría de Turismo de la Nación