Tierra Del Fuego National Park
Visit the End of the World
Impressive Vistas & Wildlife Sightings
Experience Tierra Del Fuego National Park
Delve Into the Beautiful & Unique Woodlands of Southern Patagonia
Spend either a half or full 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. A box lunch is also included if you spend the whole day in the park. Those who wish to add a ride on the Tren Del Fin Del Mundo please ask us in advance.(opens in a new tab)
Walk in wild southerly forests with opportunities to see a variety of Patagonia’s animals, including birds and beavers.
Small group tours in Patagonia in a comfortable passenger van is the perfect way to see the park for all ability levels.
Learn about the area’s history and culture beginning as a penal colony to the Yamana indigenous population who lived on the island before Europeans arrived in the Americas.
Includes park entrance fee, a snack, as well as an experienced, local guide to provide insight on the natural and heritage sites.
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Half-day US$68 per person
Full-day US$113 per person (includes canoeing experience)
Your hotel or accommodation
Daily, mid-October through late-March
Half-day / full-day
Min 4, max 8
Light walking in a forest setting
- Local guide & interpretation
- National Park fee (approximately $5 USD)
- Snack & water bottle
- Coffee (thermus) and yerba mate
- Optional Passage on the Tren Del Fin Del Mundo
What to bring
- Comfortable shoes
- Binoculars (if you have them)
Local, naturalist guide
Good to know
Extend your Tierra Del Fuego experience by adding on the Tren Del Fin Del Mundo, which can be incorporated into your National Park Tour.
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.
We’ll pick you up at your hotel in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. In our comfortable van, we’ll head west out of town along National Road 3 for around 11 kilometers (around 6.5 miles). As we drive, we’ll glimpse dazzling views of the Ushuaia Bay and the Beagle Channel. Along the way, your naturalist guide will provide descriptions of the natural history of the area. After entering Tierra Del Fuego National Park, we will deviate from our course for a stop at the Bahí Ensenada. Depending on the weather, all passengers may want to get out of the vehicle and snap a photo of the view from the Bay. Vistas encompass the Beagle Channel and Isla Redonda.
Back in the warm van, we resume our course along National Road 3. This section of our journey takes us through a dense native forest of legua, ñira, and cherry trees. Crossing a bridge over the Rio Lapataia, we’ll arrive at a picturesque section of the park. Depending on the feeling of the group, the weather, and the foot traffic in the park, our expert guide will choose to lead us on a number of different walks. These are all easy-going trails and include, but are not limited to, Paseo de la Isla, Leguna Negra, and Mirador Lapataia.
After immersing ourselves in the wild forests and Patagonia’s mountains, we’ll pile back into the van to head out to the end of the world. The winding, final stretch of National Road 3 ends at Lapataia Bay. Here we’ll find a big sign indicating the end of the road and effectively the end of the world. In a short, manageable walk from the end of the road, we’ll arrive at the coast of the Bay. You won’t want to have left your camera behind for this view! Here we may spot a variety of water birds, including ducks, cauquenes, which are South American geese, chorlos, and killdeer.
Apart from abundant flora and fauna, we may also have the opportunity to appreciate some Yamana remains, along our way. The Yamana were the area’s first inhabitants, who lived on this island long before the arrival of Europeans in the Americas. In many places throughout the Park, their remnants are found. These include accumulated shell pieces, animal remains, which were part of their diet, and Yamana utensils. Our guide will help us to contextualize these relics with the ancient community that left them behind.
Want More Tierra Del Fuego Nature Immersion?
Extend your Tierra Del Fuego experience by adding on the Tren Del Fin Del Mundo,(opens in a new tab) which can be incorporated into your National Park Tour. The main train station is located outside the National Park. If you so choose, you may purchase train tickets any time in advance and we will incorporate it into your Tierra Del Fuego National Park experience setting up the perfect schedule for you and your group.
Rather than driving to the park, the 1-hour train ride travels along the original tracks used to enter this natural area by the first settlers of the region. Along the way, a guide will explain Ushuaia’s unique history. Located on an isolated island in the south, the city was founded around a penitentiary. At one time, this southerly destination was a banishing point for murders and political rivals. Prisoners of the penitentiary used to take this train’s itinerary to collect materials and work in the forest.