Tierra del Fuego National Park
The southernmost national park in the world offers a variety of day hikes, water activities and longer excursions to experience the awe-inspiring Andes Mountains and surrounding waterways.
Trekking and Canoe Excursion at the National Park
You’ll leave the hotel in a minibus, traveling to the Ensenada Bay in Tierra del Fuego National Park. The bay lies on the Beagle Channel, offering stunning views of the channel and islands beyond. There you embark upon a seven kilometer hike along the coastal trail that will take you past the old Yamana settlements as you learn about the varied flora and fauna of the channel from your guide. After a three hour walk, you reach Roca Lake, where you will enjoy a hot lunch before starting a canoe ride down Lapataia River. We paddle down the river, through a few exciting rapids, finally reaching Lapataia Bay on the Beagle Channel, which is the end of Route 3 and the end of our excursion. You will be shuttled back to your hotel in Ushuaia.
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Duration: 8 to 10 hours.
Hours walking: 3.
Hours canoeing: 1 ½ hours.
Minibus: Another way to visit the national part is on minibus. The minibus stops at four different locations in the national park.
Time: Departs every hour on the hour starting at 9 a.m. and returning on the hour from 2-7 p.m.
Duration: Depends on the number of trails you decide to take.
Available every day of the year.
Explore Tierra del Fuego National Park with an eye on the sky and in the trees. Join experienced guides who know and love the birds of this southern island. Spend a day in the bird watching regfuge and walking the lesser-trodden paths of the the park looking for birds.
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