Panormic views and non-turistic areas
Ushuaia is a city that joins the Andes range with the Beagle Channel making it a unique landscape in the whole country as the only Argentinian city combining both the Andes and the sea. So I especially prepared this tour combining the most incredible views of the End of the World that you would never imagine avoiding the touristic areas that everybody visits in this city. Every perspective of the city is shown from the beach up to the slope of the mountain providing a sense of looking at the Ushuaia as if you were in a plane. Designed for photographers that like shooting the special shades of a place.
La mision neighbourhood: view of Ushuaia on the mountain and Martial Glacier.
Monte Gallinero: the most complete view of 360ª around, Beagle and the city.
Las Hayas hotel: up in the mountain, View of the Beagle channel
Arakur Hotel: you are so high up in the mountain having the impression of looking from the air.
Carabajal valley: in the outskirts, panoramic view of the Andes.
Residencial Neighbourhood and Industrial area.
Andorra Valley: the hidden Ushuaia that no tourist knows.
Escondido neighbourhood: a social problem that shows a very astonishing views of the way of living in a touristic city.
Playa Larga: the beach of the locals.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the ship. you don't need to leave the pier. I'll be standing next to the ship gangway with a sign of your name.
At the hotel.
At the airport.
End location: you tell me where you'd like to be dropped off.
Duration: 3 hours
A brand new and comfortamble Hyundai H1. The tour could be addapted up to 7 passengers. Ask about the price.
My services as a guide and transportation in a Hyundai H1.
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A terrific tour off in a different direction than the other shipboard tours. More of the town and an appreciation of the local atmosphere, but still a terrific scenic photographic opportunity. Paula has a better nuance of the English language than most English speakers. Highly recommended if you can tear yourself away from the national park tours.