Tierra del Fuego archipelago is separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan, its surface reaches the 75,000 km2 adding islands and islets. The main island is known as the Big Island and occupies about 45,000 km2. Its boundaries are established on the west by the meridian 68 º 36 'west longitude, the Argentine Sea to the east, while the eastern mouth of the Strait of Magellan marks the northern boundary and the Beagle Channel to the south.
The city of Ushuaia is the capital of the province, considered the southernmost in the world and is on the north shore of the Beagle Channel and the Martial cord standing in the middle of Cordillera de los Andes. Relief is irregular, glacial valleys, ancient bogs, hills and hollows. While his counterpart, Rio Grande located in the north, has the characteristics of a typical Patagonian city: flat surface with gentle slopes and natural boundaries as the only sea and river floodplain.
Day 1: Reception at Ushuaia airport by our qualified guide.
Transfer to Lapataia National Park, where it was made the traditional trip to the Train at the End of the World, visiting the park. After lunch we will have a boat ride (only 15 passengers) from the Beagle Channel.
Transfer to and accommodation in Ushuaia Hotel Yamanas in standard room with breakfast.
Day 2: Our guide will pick you for an excursion in 4x4 Lakes Fagnano and Escondido. It includes a barbecue area.