How Ushuaia is known says almost everything: The City of the End of the World. The simple chance of looking at your passport and see the stamp of the end of the World gives you the feeling of having travelled around the whole planet. Considered as one of the “gates of entrance” to the Antarctica, Ushuaia is the closest port at only 620 miles away from there. Once used as a prison station with the legendary prison train, today it is positioned as a city of great natural beauty surrounded of mounts for adventure activities. Thanks to Beagle Channel, you have the golden opportunity to navigate to the islands of preserved animal species and appreciate them really close and even walk among the adorable penguins!
DISTANCE FROM BS AS
3.30 hs flight.
3080 km. / 1914 miles.
Snowy winters and cold summers.
• Spring (Sep to Dec): 53.8°F to 38.5°F
• Summer (Dec to March): 57°F to 41.7°F
• Autumn (March to June): 49.3°F to 32.2°F
• Winter(June to Sep): 42.1°F to 30.2°F
PLACES TO VISIT
Tierra del Fuego National Park, Hammer Island, Old Penitentiary, Harberton ranch, Esmerald Lagoon, Fagnano Lake, Beagle Channel, Castor Hill, Lapataia Bay.
ACTIVITIES that will inspire you
4 x 4 rally experience, Emerald Lagoon Trekking, Navigate along Beagle Channel, Stamp your passport, Take the End of the World train, Visit the Penguin Colony, Watching Beavers at National Park.
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