Valley of Wolves, Ushuaia

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Explore Valley of Wolves, a park with a wide range of natural attractions. Hike or take a 4x4 tour through the diverse landscape of forests, rivers, hills, lagoons, and glaciers. Stop off at the main turquoise lagoon to see the native wildlife, including marine mammals such as otters and beavers. The husky breeding center located in the park introduces you to the lives of the animals, and the people who raise and care for them. Play with the pups and ask the staff about the history of dog-pulled transport on the island, before going for a test drive yourself. Put Valley of Wolves and other Ushuaia attractions into our Ushuaia tour planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Excellent service. Duck and Daniel the best guides, I recommend them 100%, are in the details. It is worth doing so.
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  • Before arriving in the Valley of Wolves, we went to a farm, that despite a beautiful landscape, had caged dogs, as stated in one of the comments here below. Arriving in the Valley, to see the vaaarios dogs on a leash by the current, the first feeling you gave, was in fact, they were mistreated, and some 3 dogs there were afraid and went when you tried to approach. MAAASS, my sister-in-law is a veterinarian and then we've been talking to the owners of the site, and find out why so many dogs and many not be huskies. They adopt the dogs q see lost in the street, take care of all of them, and if you walk more at the end, you'll see that there's some big cages, where they leave there only females with their young (for the sake of breastfeeding) and females who will cross (to go getting used to the place, because to stay pregnant, attention is special to them. And I think it's great, because in several kennels in Brazil, the female is almost raped, why hold the female without her wanting or get used to the male, which kicks in with her chained even). Therefore, a comment down here who said he informed not abuse law and not noticed the care these dogs have there, quite different from the first farm where we were. And to finish, the dogs are docile and very affectionate! Had a LOVELY boy who took a selfie that almost knocked me out of so much affection and play! S2 Note: as it was in the summer, had no sled, but had quads! And was demaaais! Because we're in the quads, and may show the beginning of the Emerald lagoon landscape! It Was BEAUTIFUL TOO! :)
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  • There is a great Cafe and rest. Here too there is Emerald Lake Trail. Here is one of the places in breeding dogs that dragged the sleds.
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