Hiking Tierra Del Fuego National Park
Picturesque Patagonian Trekking
Experience Tierra Del Fuego National Park
Expert local guide
Delve Into the Beautiful & Unique Woodlands of Southern Patagonia
Spend a day trekking through Tierra Del Fuego National Park. As you hike, your local, naturalist guide will explain the unique features of this particular habitat. Be on the lookout for local birds and wildlife! Pass viewpoints, waterfalls, rivers, and lakes, as you learn about these one-of-a-kind maritime forests. This tour includes transfer to and from your hotel in Ushuaia and trail snacks.
Transportation to and from the park in a comfortable, passenger van and snacks along the way.
Small-group tours allow us to take advantage of everything that the Park has to offer.
Take in panoramic views of the Beagle Channel, Lapataia Bay, and Enseada Bay. Make sure not to leave your camera in the van, you won’t want to miss these photo opportunities!
Hike with an expert guide who takes joy in explaining the abundant nature that surrounds you.
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US$120 per person
Your hotel or accommodation
Daily, mid-October through late-March
Min 2, max 8
Easy to moderate – 4.5 km (approximately 2.5 miles) walking
- Transportation to & from hotel
- Local guide & knowledge
- National Park entrance fee (approximately US$5)
What to bring
- Comfortable shoes
- Water bottle
About the weather
The weather in Ushuaia can change by the minute! Please be ready for all types of weather and note that our itinerary may change due to the conditions.
Tierra del Fuego National Park was created in 1960 to protect the southernmost portion of the forests along the Beagle Channel and covers an area of almost 69,000 hectares. It is one of the most popular places to visit near Ushuaia and Drake offers a unique experience in the Park. We take our guests in small groups on less-used trails to reach hidden corners of the forest.
We’ll pick you up at your hotel bright and early and travel west in our comfortable van towards Tierra Del Fuego National Park. Along the way, we’ll stop at panoramic viewpoints of the Beagle Channel and surrounding mountains and other areas of interest before arriving at the start of our Patagonia trekking adventure, where we’ll hike out towards Lapataia Lookout. In the Indigenous Yamana language, lapataia means “wooded” or “good wood.”
As we hike, your local, naturalist guide will explain the particularities of this unique ecosystem. The impressive surrounding mountain ranges divide the Park into lush and geographically-remote valleys. Unlike other Andean parks, this habitat features green forests that continue up to maritime coastlines. Throughout the day, we’ll view a secluded, woodland lake, the river Pipo, a waterfall, and a variety of breathtaking photo stops. Keep your eyes peeled for Patagonia’s animals! After an exciting day of Patagonia trekking, we’ll pile back into our cozy van and take you back to your hotel.