Tierra Del Fuego54° 46' 55.8624" S, 68° 19' 9.498" W
Tierra del Fuego is part of the province Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands, entirely separated by the Magellan Strait from mainland Argentina on the the archipelago´s largest island, which it shares with Chile to the west.
it offers infinite landscapes: sea, rivers, mountains and exuberant vegetation.
Ushuaia is the capital of the Province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands. It is called the Land of the End of the World. This southernmost city of the world is the gateway to Antartica. It is located on the shores of the Beagle Channel, surrounded by the Martial Mountains. Its superb location allows you to enjoy sea, mountains and forests at the same time.
There are a lot of possibilities for sightseeing and activities. Summer is ideal for adventure tourism: you can go trekking, horseback riding or even mountain biking inside Tierra del Fuego National Park. It is also fishing season. You can even take beautiful trips across the Beagle Channel, Cape Horn up to Argentine Antarctica. There are many options for excursions in this area.
The Tierra del Fuego National Park, located in southwestern Tierra del Fuego province, over the borderline with Chile, is the southernmost example of the Andean - Patagonian forest. The peaks alternate with valleys where there are rivers and glacial originated lakes. You can see amazing flora and fauna here like the guanaco, variety of red fox, Canadian beaver and more. There are many trekking paths inside the Park, which are easy to follow. There is also a Train of the End of the World which, along with the jail, constitutes an icon of the island. It is a 8 Km. long tour departing from the End of World Station up to the Tierra del Fuego National Park Station.
The second city in the Province is Rio Grande, located on the northern part of the island of Tierra del Fuego. Rio Grande is a bustling town where you will be able to visit natural and historical sites. If you are adventurous, this place has much to offer like fishing, trekking, horseback riding, photographic safaris and even the possibility of observing sheep shearing.