Tierra del Fuego National Park
Inside Tierra del Fuego National Park, you'll discover the beautiful rivers, peat bogs, and animals that call Panoramic Point, Lago Roca Lake, and Lapataia Bay home. Book this Ushuaia tour of Tierra del Fuego now for an informative and scenic adventure at a low price.
After a ten-mile drive west of Ushuaia, your professional guide will lead you across the valley from the Pipo River, arriving at Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire) National Park. This 150,000-acre park, established in 1960, extends from the Beagle Channel in the south, along the Chilean border, to Lago Fagnano Lake in the north.
While the vast majority of the park is virtually untouched, there are sections of the forest that were exposed to fire in the past. Today, these sections appear almost ghost-like in contrast against the backdrop of lush green vegetation.
You'll see Panoramic Point, Lago Roca lake, and Lapataia Bay, which remain in the same state when observed in 1833 by explorer Charles Darwin aboard the British ship HMS Beagle.
Book this Tierra del Fuego tour today for your next great vacation.