Explore the city and the southernmost National Park!
First, we will enjoy the gorgeous landscapes between the mountains and the sea , we will leave the city center in order to visit the different neighbourhoods which are not the touristic ones of Ushuaia while knowing everything about the culture, the natives, the customs and the lifestyle in this region. Before leaving the city, I'll show the most enjoyable views to discover the southernmost city.
Then, we'll head towards the National Park. Not far away from Ushuaia city, - only 4 miles-drive- We'll do different stops and short walks to enjoy the forest, beaver dams, peat- bogs and lakes as well. we'll definitely feel part of the nature.
-city tour through different neighbourhoods
-panoramic views -some stops for pictures-
-National park -different stops and short walkings, maximal 30 minutes walk-
-back to the city
-drop off at port
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: i'll be with a sign of your name at the ship. I've got my permission to get ínside the pier. Don't walk along the pier. We-ll meet at the gangway.
End Point Options: Suggested by Guide: I can drop you off at the ship or in downtown.
Duration: 5 hours
We will travel in a comfortable Hyundai H1 for up to 7 passengers.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500 Pesos argentinos 60= 1 US$ - fee of park is paid at the entrance by everyone in Argentinan Pesos. If you don't have local currency, tell me in advanced.
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Everyone from our group of 6 travellers agree that Paula is an amazing Guide. She is enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the local culture and areas in and around Usuaia. She willingly answered all questions and shared a resource book with us that she created to further explain important background facts concerning our Tour. We felt very safe as she drove our group around the City and through the National Park. Thank you Paula for making our 5 hour day together such a wonderful experience. Bravo.