Ushuaia, Patagonia, Argentina: these names awake the fantasy of thousands of people all around the world. Certainly a mythic place, walking along it the visitor can observe Mother Earth's motion. At the end of the plains of Patagonia, in Tierra del Fuego Province, and Islas del Atlántico Sur, Los Andes cordillera stands out in the landscape displaying its glacier-meltwater valleys, peat bogs and ancient forests to show a paradise in the south. Colours are present throughout the year. With Blue in summer; ochre in autumn; white in winter and green in spring, Ushuaia invite you to visit, experience and enjoy it any time of the year.
Set between the Beagle Channel and jagged glacial peaks, the southernmost city in the world is a coveted destination for the active travellers. As the most important gateway to Antarctica and a port for cruising yachts, Ushuaia caters well for its growing numbers of tourists. Offering loads of activities in and around town, the entire mountain range behind Ushuaia, with its lakes and rivers, has first-rate hiking, skiing and boating opportunities, as well as the chance to go as far south as the highways go: the RN 3 ends in Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego.