Experience the nature at the "End of the world"! (4 persons)
We will drive westward to Tierra del Fuego National Park. Let nature dazzle your senses while walking along short trails in the pristine forest. We will use the van to connect magnificent places. At Ensenada Zaratiegui we may appreciate a unique primary forest reaching the sea coast. Acigami lake is a gorgeous fresh water mirror. Finally, Lapataia Bay, which became internationally famous because of the symbolic end of the Panamerican road visited every year by adventurers traveling from Alaska.
On the way to the park, we will get terrific panoramic views of Ushuaia city.
I am flexible to manage the itinerary in order to have the best experience avoiding big buses.
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I will tailor made the itinerary of the tour to avoid as much as possible the buses with passengers, so we can begin with either the city tour or the National park.
- City Tour, history, typical architecture and panoramic views.
- National Park, westward to the end of the road. Stoping at great places such as: Bahia Ensenada, Acigami or Roca lake, Bahia Lapataia.
- Depending on the weather conditions and the willing of the group, some short walks to feel better the nature and its wildlife.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 5 hours
The tour will be conducted by Private Van. We will do some short walks in the park.
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Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 USD - For entrance fee to the park and your personal expenses (snacks, lunch after the tour).
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We loved our tour of Tierra del Fuego National Park. Ines was a first class guide. Whenever we wanted, she would stop the tour and walk with us though the park for a long as we wanted. During the walk she would explain all the flora and fauna. We even stopped to see the local golf course. I recommend her tour to anyone. Thank Ines for a great informative tour.