Come discover the beauty of Ushuaia’s Tierra del Fuego National Park, the southernmost nature reserve in South America.
Only 7 miles outside of Ushuaia lies Tierra del Fuego, a stunning national park located at the southernmost national park on the planet often called at “the end of the world”! Departing Ushuaia, you’ll immediately begin to see a change in scenery as you drive past picturesque Patagonian lakes, lagoons, and rivers, all of which are bodies of water that exit through the famous Beagle Channel. After passing Mt. Susana, you’ll arrive at the old prison, now the site of the Southern Fuegian Railway (also known as the End of the World Train).
Then you'll continue through the valley towards Ensenada Bay, where you’ll be able to view the Redonda and Estorbo Islands as well as the snow-white Mountains of the Sampaio Chain located on the other coast of the Channel of Beaglein in Chile. You’ll have an opportunity to hike along the Roca Lake and the Lapataia River. From this point we can see the Cóndor Hill natural border with Chile. The tour finishes with the Green Lagoon and the Black Lagoon just before heading to Lapataia Bay.