Ride the southernmost train in the world and learn about the beginnings of this unique city
Come and enjoy and unforgettable journey in this narrow gauge train and discover the splendor of the National Park.
Ushuaia started as a Penal Colony in 1884 and it has been growing and expanding ever since. If you want to combine history and nature together, this is the perfect tour for you!
On the way to the Train Station you will learn about the beginnings of the city as a Penal Colony and how the convicts used to ride a train to transport wood from the nearby forest. Travel the same route as the convict train did 80 years and learn how they used to work and what life was really like for them.
Afterwards we will drive through beautiful and serene areas in the National Park where you will learn about the local flora and wildlife of this incredible place.
Departure from Pier or Hotel.
Photo stop at Panoramic point in the city.
Drive towards the Train Station
1 hour Train ride one way. Note: You will be on you own during the ride. there is a guide on board the train.
while you are on the train I'll drive to the ending station and wait for you at the other end.
Drive in the park visiting Ensenada Bay, Acigami Lake and Lapataia Bay (The en of the Pan-American highway)
Drive back to the city.
Drop off at hotel or Pier.
The itinerary order might be changed so as to avoid crowds.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 5 hours
The tour duration may be different as weather in Ushuaia can be very unpredictable and it might be needed to adjust the itinerary.
We will be using a comfortable, air conditioned, 2018 SUV Lifan My Way 7 seats
Train Schedule: 9Am/930Am/12Pm/3Pm
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 Argentinian Pesos - You may need some extra money for your personal expenses such as souvenirs, snacks or drinks. US Dollars and credit cards are accepted in the National Park and the city.
The exchange rate may vary.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
As a licensed Tour guide I have no restriction to work within the province. I hold the credentials for both the National Park and the Tierra del Fuego Province.
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Remarkable day. Did all that was promised and more. Lots of small, unique touches that made it like a day out with a friend. Worth every penny.