It is situated on the border
of the Beagle Channel and surrounded by
Interesting sights include
the Parque National Tierra Del Fuego, with its bays, lakes, rivers, glaciers and
high mountain peaks. Located approximately 11 miles west of Ushuaia, this
coastal national park covers more than 156,000 acres.
One might see an Andean Condor or the maritime black-browed albatross.
Catch the Ferrocarril Austral Fueguino, also known as “The End of the
World Train”. This tourist train was originally constructed to assist the
logging industry, and was part of the city’s penal history, known once as the
“Train of Prisoners”, but is now being used to conduct scenic tours of the