- Location: Located 11 km away from the city of Ushuaia, in the southwest of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina.
- Attraction Type: National Park.
- Significance: The national park is known for wonderful waterfalls, dense forest, marvelous mountains, and glorious glaciers.
- Best time to Visit: November to March.
- Visiting Hours: During the daytime.
- How to Reach: Take National Route NÂº 3 from Ushuaia to reach the park in a very short time.
- Nearest Airport: Ushuaia Airport (USH).
‘El Fin del Mundo’ or the ‘End of the World’ is exactly what Tierra del Fuego is popularly described as. Located in such a wonderful archipelago, Tierra del Fuego National Park is certainly one of the most attractive national parks in the world that is known for wonderful waterfalls, dense forest, marvelous mountains, and glorious glaciers. These altogether create an amazing backdrop that can mesmerize anyone and everyone in this world.
Located 11 km away from the city of Ushuaia, in the southwest of Tierra del Fuego in Argentina, Tierra del Fuego National Park is the home to a number of animal species including guanacos, foxes, beavers, rabbits, and muskrats, etc. It also has about 90 species of birds including Austral Parakeets, Carancas, Condors, Torrent Ducks and Oystercatchers. It is also the only national park with a coastal area. As the Tierra del Fuego National Park is located on the border of Chile, it can be reached from the Chile side as well, provided that you have valid papers. Tierra del Fuego National Park has so much to offer to the tourists. Besides its sparkling natural beauty, it is full of waterfalls, glaciers, and a wide range of rich flora and fauna in its forest. Besides exploring the sub-Antarctic forest, you have a range of other activities to do here.
Black Lagoon: It is an amazing dark-colored lagoon, located only 400 meters away from Route 3. The presence of peat has made it dark. The Lookout Point: This point is famous for the fantastic panoramic view that it provides to the tourists. Take Route 3 to reach Lookout Point through Lapataia Bay.
Walks: There are various walks in the Tierra del Fuego National Park that you can go for. It includes Tribal Walk, Walk to the “Castorera”, De la Isla Walk, and Laguna Negra Walk, etc.
Camping: Camping is also a popular choice in Tierra del Fuego National Park. Go for camping only in the authorized places. The access tickets to the camping area are valid for 48 hours.
For further information, you can contact:
Tierra del Fuego National Park
1395, San Martín St.- (V9410VGA)
Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego
There is no lodging facility available inside the national park. You need to stay at Ushuaia, which is located pretty close to Tierra del Fuego National Park. Some of the hotels in Ushuaia are as below:
Av Nires No 1850,
9410, Ushuaia, Argentina
Hosteria Bell Vista
Cabo de Hornos 4018,
CP V9410fwf, Ushuaia
Av. De Los Aires 3040
Related Links :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkUL-gV35QU: For amazing views of the lovely Tierra del Fuego region near Ushuaia in Argentina, click on this link!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWi784gDXvk&feature=related: To experience some of the best views of the wonderful Ushuaia in the Tierra del Fuego in Argentina, watch this excellent slideshow.