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Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego

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Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego

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Tierra del Fuego National Park Half-Day Tour with Optional End of the World Train Ride
US$31.50 per adult
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Emerald Lagoon Trekking from Ushuaia
US$80.66 per adult
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Full Day - National Park plus Train of the End of the World & Beagle Navigation
US$125.00 per adult
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Walk with the Penguins in Martillo Island
US$179.39 per adult
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Beagle Channel and Sea Lions Island Catamaran Cruise
US$61.51 per adult
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Tierra Del Fuego National Park Tour
US$41.60 per adult
Tierra del Fuego National Park Admission Ticket
US$25.00 per adult
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Avenida Gral San Martin 1395, Ushuaia V9410BGA Argentina
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Beagle Channel navigation with mini trekking by Patagonia Explorer
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Beagle Channel navigation with mini trekking by Patagonia Explorer

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We work with small groups of up to 18 passengers in a familiar and friendly environment with the company of professional Spanish and English speaking guides.<br>The excursions are carried out with the "KAMS and" TELIENKA "yachts, twin vessels of 15 meters in length, which due to their dimensions allow a maximum approach to the islands allowing preferential sightings.<br>During our tour we visit Isla Alicia, Isla de Pájaros and Isla de Lobos, where we make very close sightings of the fauna of the Beagle Channel. We know the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse built in 1919, a true emblem of the City of Ushuaia. At the end, we disembark at Bridges Island to walk a path of interpretation of flora and birds, telling the story of the Yámanas aborigines. Here are the largest Yámana anthropogenic shells in the region.<br>It also has a panoramic point from where we can observe the magnificence of the Beagle Channel with the City of Ushuaia in the distance.
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bmick1920 wrote a review Sep 2020
Fort Mill, South Carolina40 contributions30 helpful votes
Breathtakingly beautiful. So very much to see, from crystal waters to glaciers and everything in between. Do not miss this!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dan and Beck wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia31 contributions3 helpful votes
Ushuaia is where the Andes finish. To get views of this and surrounding coast was breathtaking. Patagonia has many beautiful areas for hiking. Trails can be busy though. If you choose the right hike here, you will be rewarded with a quieter and more peaceful hike. The best way to get the most out of Tierra del Fuego in Patagonia is to do a full day trip with 2 adjoining trails described below. Senda Costera Trail: This hike is 7.5km one way and takes 2-3 hours. The cheapest and easiest way to arrive is by the shuttle bus that is around $900ARS return ($15USD). See Google Maps below. Arrive at the main bus station the day of, for a 9am bus. The bus takes you to the National Park Entrance Office where you get off to buy a day’s pass for around $600ARS ($10USD). Subsequently, you get back on the bus that takes you to the start of the Senda Costera Trail. This actual hike isn’t the most extraordinary. But we were able to hear Woodpeckers throughout. More importantly though, the hike finishes at the start of the incredible Cerro Guanaco Trail! Cerro Guanaco Trail: This hike is 15km return and take 4 hours. It's one of the most underrated in Patagonia, let alone South America! You will start this around midday. It is a tough hike upwards. Also, it gets fairly wet and sludgy nearing the end. But is totally worth it. Gorgeous views of the Andes and Beagle Channel await you! The return bus to Ushuaia will pick you up from where this hike starts at the Lago Roca Visitor Centre.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Shirley R wrote a review May 2020
Lemoore, California290 contributions132 helpful votes
Drove around the park and immediately saw a red fox! then on down to the world's most southern post office. Quaint...worth the peek.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Maureen S wrote a review May 2020
Darwin, Australia746 contributions127 helpful votes
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A friend who was going on the same Antarctica cruise as us, had booked a half day trip to the National Park so we decided to join him. We were collected from our hotel in a large bus which travelled around the various hotels collecting people for the trip. Arriving at the ‘End of the World’ train station we couldn’t believe the crowd, but in no-time we boarded the train. The train was very comfortable, even though it was fairly crowded. We were provided with ear plugs to hear the stories of the early prison life and the harsh life they endured. The scenery with the mountains in the background and some areas which resembled bogs in the foreground, was spectacular. It was so peaceful travelling through the forest stopping at some lookout points. Then we caught a bus which drove us through the National Park, stopping at various points of interest along the way. Stopped at two beautiful lakes which were very picturesque on the beautiful sunny day. We managed to see black geese and a rare colourful Kingfisher. Finally, we drove down to the sea and returned back to our hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our morning outing, made even more so with the sun shining all the time. (Lucky for us),
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Globetrotters6366 wrote a review May 2020
Aarschot, Belgium49 contributions7 helpful votes
We had 1 day to spent in the National Park since we arrived by cruise ship. We had contacted Ruben (ruben-ushuaia@hotmail.com) for a full day excursion. He was taken but his sister picked us up in the morning outside the port. She was very friendly. First we went to the Lago Escondido and we had several photostops along the way. It was breathtaking. Our next destination was the Natural Park where we had different stops : Bahia Ensenada, the most southern located post office, Lago Roca, Laguna Verde, Castorera, Bahia Lapataia. She took lots of pictures, always willing to help us. She changed the order of the stops to there were less people, which was fantastic. To end our beautiful day we had a city tour. We were back on time in the port. It was a wonderful day with breathtaking views.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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