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Patagonia cruises & tours - At the End of the World tour

at the "End of the World" tour


You will have the opportunity to know the lush wonders and hidden paradises at the "End of the World" route.

The main iteresting attractions in the trip wil be:

Ushuaia, The End of the World
In Yamana language, Ushuaia discovered in 1920;  means "bay penetrating the West". The Yamanas were an aborigine group known as the "Beagle Canoeists" who settled on both margins of the Beagle Channel.

Ushuaia is the capital city of the province of Tierra del Fuego. Its strong ties with the past are evident in its urban layout and its architectonic design. The landscape is as attractive as the city, consequence of an agreement made between Nature and the End of the World: sea, forests, glaciers and mountains in one very same island.

It offers a wide variety of activities, from channel sailing to cruises that reach the Antarctica. Indian groups such as Onas and Yamanas inhabited the region.

Beagle Channel - Ushuaia
The Beagle Channel follows the southern extreme of Tierra del Fuego and is, at the same time, the boundary with Chile.

Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse

There's a route that goes into the woods to reach Lake Victoria, also the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, Mount Olivia - of about 1500 metres -, Gable Island and many seal colonies.


Tierra del Fuego National Park - Ushuaia

Created in 1960, the park covers 63,000 hectares and protects the Argentinian sub-Antarctic forest, preserving the ecosystem. It houses a vast variety of flora and fauna,  the local birds are the cauquen, The lengas are the typical trees, which can reach a height of 30 metres and have a trunk of 1,5 metres of diameter.

 Part of the tour are Bay Ensenada, the Waterfall of Pipo River, the viewpoint, Redonda Island, Lake Roca, Negra Lagoon and Lapataia Bay.



Lapatia Bay





Jail of Recidivists - Ushuaia

The legendary jail was built in Ushuaia between 1902 and 1920. Until it was finally closed in 1947, the jail servedays a vital point in the development of the city. Many notorious criminals were imprisoned there, like the anarchist Simon Radowitsky, the swindler Juan Dufour -a man who had escaped from la Isla del Diablo (¨The Island of the Devil¨) and others.

The train at the End of the World - Ushuaia

The train at the End of the World, or Austral Fueguino Railroad, is the first ecological train of the world since it reaches and enters a part of the National Park that had been hidden for a long time.

The station is located 3 km away from Usuhaia. The train is made up of steam locomotives and comfortable wagons. The train follows Pipo River and takes 1 hour and 40 minutes to reach its destination point. After a gentle bend the train goes up to reach La Macarena Station. Then it goes on, crossing the old sawmill. When it leaves the river it enters a thick forest.

Originally, the train was used by the prisoners to cut wood and take it from the actual territory of National Park to the city.

These and other places can be visited at the "End of the World" route