Bursting with magnificent mountains, wide open sky, and hedged by 360 degrees of water, Ushuaia Argentina is an incredible destination. Snugly affixed into an undulating cove between rugged glaciers and the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia travel is attractive for its unrefined aesthetics and dramatic southerly location. Said to be one of the most stunning places to visit, tours in Ushuaia lead adventure seekers to “The End of the World.” The area is labeled “The End of the World” because of its designation as the southernmost city in the world. There are may attractions in Ushuaia and the number of things to do in the town and the surrounding area ensure there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Top notch boating, hiking, skiing, and snowboarding draw intrepid travelers looking for excitement found all along the Martial mountain range that skirts the town.
Ushuaia Argentina is the gateway to bold and brilliant Antarctica, a destination many tourists travel to when visiting this rugged part of the world. Also a popular stop for yachts cruising into the port, many tours in Ushuaia are taken by those passing by toward a more southerly destination.
Ushuaia Argentina evolved around an old prison and was built mainly by the prisoners kept there. They were the labor force behind Ushuaia as well as the railway, called The End of the World Train, connecting thousands to Tierra del Fuego National Park. The railway is one of the top attractions in Ushuaia and can be visited year round. There are many attractions in Ushuaia that nature lovers flock to, but nothing beats a trip to the most southern point, where penguins, orcas, and rare birds dot the stunning natural scenery. In the summer months, many of the ski areas keep lifts running for tourists who want to head up the mountain for terrific hiking experiences, and spectacular views, along the range. A hike up Martial Glacier proves most impressive, leading from the center of town up to the tip for awe inspiring scenic views.
With Ushuaia travel comes near constant fog and mist. Proper rain gear ensures the most successful trips in these conditions. Even in the summer months, warm clothing is best as temperatures don’t get much higher than fifty-nine degrees Farenheit. Horseback riding, trekking, sport fishing, sailing, and mountain biking are more popular attractions during the summer. The most noted tours in Ushuaia lead to Cape Horn, Argentine Antartida, and along the beautiful Beagle Channel, a region characterized by wild, rugged beauty and a playful sea lions that entertain tourists.