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Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. It has a particular charm, being as it is, a typical village from the Argentine Patagonia, with a unique picturesque architecture. Ushuaia is located on Isla Grande in Tierra del Fuego, right by the Beagle Canal and surrounded by the last traces of the Andes Mountains.

Tourist Attractions:

The beautiful landscapes found in the Tierra del Fuego National Park, or the Valleys all the way to Lake Fagnano and Lake Escondido are the main attraction of this area. Going up the mountains at Paso Garibaldi we can enjoy one of the best views, looking down to Lake Escondido and, beyond that, to Lake Fagnano, the largest one on the island. Other attractions are the Beagle Canal, with different navigation options; Isla de los Lobos; numerous bird species; the Lighthouse; the Penguin Reserve; and Harberton Ranch. It is also the departing point for cruises travelling south to Punta Arenas, such as Mare or Via Australis, or for those going beyond that, to Antartica.

Highlights

Tierra del Fuego National Park: A visit to this Park, which is located a few miles from Ushuaia, offers several options, like trekking from Bahia Ensenada to Lake Roca, canoeing down the river Lapataia, or taking a short trip on the Train of the End of the World, which reconstructs the route taken by prisoners who did forced labor in the area decades ago. Arriving at Lapataia Bay, just where National Highway 3 ends, means arriving at the last point in the continent, and there we can take pictures of the signs indicating the distance to Buenos Aires and to Alaska.

HOTELS IN USHUAIA

PATAGONIA ARGENTINA

FUEGUINO HOTEL PATAGONICO

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VILLA BRESCIA HOTEL

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HOSTAL DEL BOSQUE

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HOTEL CAP POLONIO

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HOTEL TOLKEYEN

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LOS ÑIRES HOTEL

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AUSTRALIS KAUYEKEN HOTEL

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HOTEL ALTOS DE USHUAIA

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HOTEL CANAL BEAGLE

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HOTEL USHUAIA

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HOTEL ALBATROS

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CUMBRES DEL MARTIAL

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HOTEL MIL810

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HOTEL LOS YAMANAS

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LOS ACEBOS HOTEL

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LAS HAYAS RESORT HOTEL

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LOS CAUQUENES RESORT & SPA

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TOURIST PACKAGES FOR USHUAIA - PATAGONIA ARGENTINA

We have designed the following packages for you. But, if you have time constraints, we can customize your trip taking full advantage of each destination and assuring you full satisfaction.

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FREQUENT Q&A AND SOME ADVICE FOR YOUR TRIP TO USHUAIA

These are the most frequently asked questions about this destination. With this information you will know the basics and will be able to take full advantage of your time. Please, don´t hesitate to contact us—we are here to offer you our best advice and make sure you get the package you need, because yours is a unique trip and it should be an unforgettable one.

1- Can we visit Ushuaia in the winter or is the weather too hostile?

Usuahia can be visited all year round. In the months of July through September, besides being able to take the traditional excursions, you can also enjoy the valleys and the ski center at Cerro Castor for activities like downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snow cat skiing, dog-drawn sleigh rides and snow-shoe walking.

2- Can I connect from Ushuaia to other places without having to fly to Buenos Aires first?

Yes, you can fly straight to Península Valdés or Lake Argentino, or you can also take the cruise Mare Australis to the south of Chile.

4- How long is the least I should stay to get to know Ushuaia and its surroundings?

If you stay one night, and depending on the flight Schedule, you can take the navigation tour to Beagle Canal and visit Tierra del Fuego National Park. You would then need another day to take the excursion to Lakes Fagnano and Escondido. So, staying for three nights will give you enough time to take yet another alternative excursion in the area.

5- What is the different between Alpine and cross country skiing?

Alpine or mountain skiing is more widely known. It is practiced downhill and can take high speeds because of the inclination. Long straight skis are used for this sport, Alpine bindings attach at both the toe and the heel of the skier’s boots. Cross country skiing, part of the Nordic skiing family of sports, is practiced on valleys, in flat areas, using the legs and also the arms to move forward. Cross-country skiing is one of the most difficult endurance sports, as its motions use every major muscle group. The skis are long and thin, to distribute the weight of the skier and allow the skier to move quickly. The toe of the skier’s footwear is attached to the ski with a binding, while the heel remains free.

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