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Half Argentinian and half Chilean, Tierra del Fuego encompasses snowy peaks, stunning lakes, icy tundra and diverse marine life. Take a trip to this string of remote and alluring islands, which are known for their frosty climate and breathtaking mountain backdrops.
Tierra del Fuego translates as the “Land of Fire.” Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan sailed through the islands in 1520. The islands came to be known as Tierra del Fuego because of the numerous fires lit by indigenous people living on the islands at the time.
Hike through the famous Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, a coastal national park filled with dense forest, unique birdlife and jagged mountain peaks. Take a boat ride along the Beagle Channel and watch for dolphins, sea lions, whales and albatross. Fish in the impressive Lago Fagnano, a lake flanked by hills and sawmills.
Snowshoe through the Tierra Mayor, a beautiful alpine valley. You can also enjoy dog sledding and nighttime bonfires here. Ski down the runs of Cerro Castor, a scenic ski resort where cafés, lodges and restaurants abound.
Wander the streets of Tierra del Fuego’s biggest city and bustling port, Ushuaia. Visit the Museo Marítimo and Museo del Presidio to discover more about Ushuaia’s former national prison, as well as its storied maritime history.
Take a guided tour around Estancia Harberton, a farm established in 1886 by the English missionary Thomas Bridges. Hop on a catamaran out to Isla Martillo, a native reserve that hosts a colony of penguins.
Fly into one of two major airports that service Tierra del Fuego, either the Ushuaia - Malvinas Argentinas International Airport or the Hermes Quijada International Airport. Rent a car and drive down National Route 3, a famous Argentine highway that passes many towns and cities in Tierra del Fuego. Budget travelers can make use of the inexpensive bus system.
Tierra del Fuego is a dreamlike land filled with snowy peaks, magnificent wildlife and an intriguing history.
This hotel reminded us of a Bond villains headquarters as it is perched imposingly on the mountainside. This hotel delivers on every level, the décor is beautiful, the communal areas are spacious. Our room was lovely with fantastic views over the Beagle Channel and the mountains in the distance. ...
Great location, breakfast has a lot of choice. The parking is indoor too. The staff went out of their way to make our atay enjoyable, thank you
Staying here for two nights during our visit to Ushuaia. The hotel located in a very central location and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. The receptionist spoke good English and did her best to make our stay comfortable. The bed was very comfortable and the room was clean. Clean ...
The hotel's location and environment are perfect for relaxing enjoyment.
Very good hotel, good location, good breakfast, nice staff, but laundry cost was excessive and diner option not worth it. Still definitely recommend.
The property sits on top of the hill with amazing views of Beagle Channel. I think if you are going to Ushuaia you want this view. Rooms are a good size with standard shower, bathroom or cable. The food in the restaurant was great. We ate dinner there three days because of the variety on the menu. ...
Although the hotel is being refurbished it did not impact on our experience. We were so suprised to see our immaculate and spacious room. The staff were extremely friendly. Nice oranges at breakfast.
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