Estancia Harberton, Ushuaia
(3.9/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
A stop at family-owned Estancia Harberton allows you to learn about local plant and animal life, as well as easily access a nearby island where you can walk with penguins. Stroll through the gardens and down the hill to see replicas of two types of native wigwam, a shearing shed, a carpenter shop, and a boathouse. The tour ends in the family garden featuring 19th-century terraces and a tearoom with posters illustrating the area's wildlife, native groups, and the estate's history. The nearby marine museum features a collection of skeletons of over 2,700 marine mammals and 2,300 birds. Amenities include a camp on the grounds and a remodeled cookhouse with rooms for overnight stay. Add Estancia Harberton to your Ushuaia travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Ushuaia itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Compulsory visit to a historical site, helps us understand the history of Ushuaia and the country Argentina. I like the visit to the town of stay, super interesting!
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  • The Estancia Harberton is part of the history of Ushuaia. Account with a Museum / Research Center which makes it unique in the world by the presence of some species. Tours of some sectors of the stay, the House of tea, the restaurant, the people, the guides, make this site a place to return. Is you can get on Route 3 and then take route "J" gravel, but in excellent condition or take the catamaran that leaves from the port of Ushuaia and after crossing the Beagle Channel leaves you in the room. You can rent car and go by road, to not have limits in time to the tours
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  • Almost 2 hours of trail (easy) to achieve, and an impression of end of the world. The crossing in the zodiac of the Beagle Channel "shake" a lot, and finally the colonies of penguins are there! The omnipresent wind confirms you that it is "at the end of the world"... Very strong, the feeling!
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  • O lugar tem uma vista linda, onde se pode caminhar e fazer belas fotos. Recomendo nao ir de tenis, pois dependendo do passeio pode-se ter de andar pro trilhas.