About Ushuaia, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina
The southernmost town in the world faces the Beagle Channel, where Charles Darwin encountered the now-extinct Yahgan Indians in 1832. In this desolate, wind-swept part of the world, the scenery and wildlife are awesome. Visit the Park Nacional Tierra del Fuego, where you'll find magnificent forest beaches, towering mountains, crystal-clear lakes, as well as seals, walrus, and giant sea birds.
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Walk the town (it isn't that big but is fascinating) - work up an appetite and go all the way to the east end and feast on all you can eat gaucho-style lamb, beef and grilled "king" crab.
Visited: Feb 15, 2017
We went on the old train and visited a beautiful bay. Ushuaia is very touristy but we had a good lunch in a local restaurant.
Visited: Jan 31, 2018
Neat town. Was a penal colony. We were almost 3 hours late getting off ship and did not have time for most tours. We instead rode a double decker tour bus around town.
Visited: Feb 01, 2017
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