Tierra del Fuego National Park
Tierra del Fuego National Park

Tierra del Fuego National Park

Tierra del Fuego

The Basics

Sitting close to Ushuaia, the park is a popular destination for a day trip. A typical guided tour of the park might include a ride on the End of the World train, guided hike through the forest, canoe trip on Lapataia Bay, or a 4WD tour of the park’s natural wonders. Multi-day itineraries in the area often include Tierra del Fuego, and a Beagle Channel sightseeing cruise and time to explore the town of Ushuaia.

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Exclusive Tierra del Fuego National Park Hike and Canoe Tour
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Tierra del Fuego is a must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts, adventure travelers, and photographers.

  • Dress in warm layers, as the park can be chilly, even during the South American summer.

  • Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking over uneven surfaces, especially if you plan to hike.

  • Guided tours from Ushuaia to the national park can last a few to several hours, depending on activities selected.

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How to Get There

Most visitors get to the park from the Argentine side, 7 miles (11 kilometers) west of Ushuaia on National Route 3. Buses depart regularly to the park, and most guided tours include round-trip transportation from hotels in Ushuaia.

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When to Get There

The Patagonian summer (December to February) brings with it the best weather for exploring Tierra del Fuego National Park, but also the biggest crowds. This is also the best season to observe local wildlife.

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Tierra del Fuego Hiking Trails

Despite what the dramatic scenery would have you believe, this national park offers trails suitable for hikers of just about every ability level. There’s a short path from the park entrance to the peat-colored Black Lagoon, and another easy trail, called the Island, that follows the Lapataia and Ovando rivers. For the best views of Lapataia Bay, hike to Lookout Point.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What are the nearest attractions to Tierra del Fuego National Park?
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