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Ushuaia on Double Decker Bus

Price: $19.00
This tour operates from September through February.
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Ushuaia on Double Decker Bus

Welcome to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, a one-time penal colony located quite literally at the end of the earth.

Ushuaia is the city closest to Antarctica, the city bordered by the last peaks of the Andes mountains and the famed Beagle Channel (named for Charles Darwin's ship, HMS Beagle), the city surrounded by lakes and bays, forests and glaciers.

Ushuaia is the capital of the Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica, and the Southern Atlantic Islands' Province of Argentina, a mouthful usually condensed into three little words:"Fin del Mundo." Those words, End of the Earth, can easily conjure images of a bleak and barren landscape, but nothing could be further from the truth. Ushuaia is a land of vivid colors and vibrant personality.

Seeing Ushuaia onboard a double-decker bus, you will observe many historical buildings, and the first houses that show the typical Fuegian architecture in wood and tin.

The excursion will go into the Naval Base, where you can see the city's first building (built by prisoners between 1902 and 1911), as well as a replica of the End of the World lighthouse.

Travel along Governador Paz Street up to Centenary Park and enjoy the view of the mountains that surround the town. The tour continues around the bay towards the place where the old Anglican mission settled down, as you learn all about the first inhabitants of Ushuaia. Other historical highlights include the Beban's house.

Before heading back, the tour will stop on the other side of the bay at the best panoramic point facing Ushuaia Bay, with the highest peaks framing the town.

Return along Avenida Maipu and enjoy beautiful views of the port and the first buildings of the city, like the Salesian Church, the first Government House, the first police station, among others. At the end of the tour you may stay at the Maritime Museum or continue to the starting point of the excursion. Your tour ticket entitles you to a discount at the Maritime Museum, at the End of the World Museum, and at the Aeroclub where you can book fly-overs.

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Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
1 Hour
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
A 5 minute walk from the pier entrance (details will be provided when this excursion is booked).
Food/Beverage Provided
For all tours in Ushuaia, we recommend dressing in layers with the outer layer being waterproof. Windbreakers and sensible rubber soled walking shoes are also recommended. Sun glasses, hats and gloves are suggested.
Guests must be able to climb a steep staircase to access the top deck of the bus. Guests with a fold up wheelchair can be accommodated on the lower level only but must be able to step on / off bus.
4.5 Stars4.5Based On 23 Reviews Review This Tour
4 StarsCheap Way To Tour The CityApril 15, 2019

Reviewer: Peter S Cheung
Bus also stop for photo op.

5 Stars See the Most In a Short TimeFebruary 17, 2019

Reviewer: Lesley Carr
We only wish we had more time in Ushuaia. But given the amount of time this is absolutely the best way to see the most. The upper deck gave us great views and the boarding and disembarking were easy and very organized.

4 StarsFun rideApril 16, 2018

Reviewer: Jeff and Lynda
Fun to see the city from the bus. We went throughout the town and it was narrated along the way.

4 StarsUshuaia on a double deckerApril 09, 2018

Reviewer: Trevor Heley
I was fortunate in being able to secure the seat at the front of the 'bus downstairs and so saw everything there was to see. The trip was of particular interest to me because I had visited Ushuaia about 10 years ago and was keen to see how it might have changed. And I could see that it had changed quite a lot - most noticeably in that it had grown in population from something like 60000 to the present 85000. It is now a really big place. The commentary on the 'bus was very informative and interesting and the spots visited were well chosen. All in all, I found the excursion definitely worth while.

4 StarsUshuaia Double Decker BusJanuary 13, 2018

Reviewer: Terry Tucker
Good information and views of the city. Decent value.Guides and helpers were very nice.

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