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Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Feel like you've reached the edge of the world at Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego--located at the end of the world. The national park, at the southern tip of the South American mainland within the Subantarctic zone, offers some of Argentina's most spectacular scenery. Enjoy panoramic views of snow-capped mountains as you walk around mirror clear lakes surrounded by colorful plants. Rent a car or take a taxi from Ushuaia for easiest access to the national park. For Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego and beyond, use our Ushuaia travel itinerary planner to get the most from your Ushuaia vacation.
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Vonatozás után könnyed séta gyönyörű tájakon, szinte érintetlen táj, tiszta levegő, napsütés kívánni sem tudtunk volna szebb napot.Easy walk to train after the beautiful landscapes, almost untouched scenery, clean air, sunshine, we could not have been a nicer day wish.show original
Há diferentes trilhas que vc pode seguir e admirar a paisagem. Estivemos lá em um dia frio com neve, e mesmo assim foi lindo! Vale a pena ver a Bahia Lapataia e o Lago Roca, onde ao fundo se vê terras... read more »There are different trails that you can follow and admire the scenery. We were there on a cold day with snow, and it was beautiful! Worth seeing Bahia Lapataia and the Lago Roca, where the background see Chilean lands.show original
Did a great tour with Canal - hike and canoe - interesting and lots of fun. Guide was great, lunch was provided but that was pretty average. All in all great day and the park is lovely - you can go wi... read more »
Its just spectacular. I visited in autumn. The colors were breathtaking. Many easy trails to wonder around. No guide needed. If you have a party of 3 or 4 it is worth to hire a taxi (remis) and go at your pace.
Very overrated and expensive (transport and entrance fee) park. Yes it's a nice park and people blow it out of proportion because it's at the end of the world. But close by there are better parks like in Puerto Williams or a little up north in Argentina as well as Chile. Biggest con. Not all hiking paths are connected. So you end up hiking over dirt roads while busses and cars race by. The have a speed limit in place but our bushdrives drove 70 kp/h trough the park.
Hermosas vistas. Llegar hasta el fin de la Ruta Nacional 3 y a la vez de Argentina y Sudamérica es imperdible
Gorgeous park with amazing views of mountains, lakes, nature. Great visiting centre with some interesting facts about the Yamana culture which I found really interesting. Cafe area and nice trails
Must see park for everyone who visits Ushuaia. The End of the World train also is a must. I mean, when are you going back to visit again?
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