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We hiked from Ensenada Zaraliegal to Lapataia Bay - end of Route 3 and “end of the world”. There are 2 signs at the end to signify that you have arrived. Nothing too spectacular. There is a boardwalk that you can walk on beyond this...More
If you come off a cruise ship the Tourist Information building is easy to spot, directly opposite where you walk off the jetty. Lovely people there to answer questions, give out maps, & they directed us to the taxi rank behind the information office where...More
The start (or finish) of the 11000 mile Pan American highway...just something that has to be seen if in the National Park.
A short walk on a circular route takes one out to look at the Bay, and the backdrop to that is the impressive...More
I remember having walked a short nature trail which brought you out where this sign was and the incredibly inflammatory/provocative blue sign claiming Argentina owned the Falklands. I walked around the boardwalk then took a right turn near the entrance which led to another trail...More
Lapataia cove is the highlight of the Tierra Del Fuego national park (15km out of Ushuaia). Enjoy the rides in the park, the board walks over the cove, a picture by the famous sign, where the pan American hiway ends, and don’t miss a stamp...More
You are going to struggle with a organised tour starting at 2pm I would look to arrange a private trip but this could be expensive especially in February best thing to do is google tour operators in Ushuaia and contact them... More
You are going to struggle with a organised tour starting at 2pm I would look to arrange a private trip but this could be expensive especially in February best thing to do is google tour operators in Ushuaia and contact them direct they may be able to assist you