Ushuaia, Patagonia, Argentina…these names awake the fantasy of thousands of people all around the world. A mythic, distant, immense place. Walking along it the visitor can observe Mother Earth's motion. At the end of the plains of Patagonia, in Tierra del Fuego Province, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur, Los Andes cordillera stands out in the landscape displaying its glacier-meltwater valleys, peat bogs and ancient forests to show a paradise in the south. Ushuaia, one-of-a-kind city, capital of the Province offers its natural and cultural beauties and service infrastructure making of it a hard-to-forget destination.
12 Km from the city of Ushuaia is the entrance to Tierra del Fuego National Park created in 1960, protector of 68909 hectares. It’s the only park in Argentina combining marine, wood and mountain environments with the shape of a marine coast, lakes , lagoons, peatbogs and great forests dominated by lenga, guindo and ñire (different Nothofagus species). These environments form a peculiar scenery with the purest air ever found.
The Beagle or Onashaga Channel (native language) is a strait that joins the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. Ushuaia extends along this famous channel with a port right at the center of it. This is the place of daily departure for catamarans, sailing boats, and yachts. A great offer to spot sea lions, cormorans, petreles, seagulls, penguins. In short, the profuse bird life of the Beagle Channel in its splendour.
Sea Lions, birds Islands and Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse is a navigation made during all year. There are options to walk on some of the island of the Bridges archipielago.