Bird Watching at the End of the World
Price: From $ USD
Time: Half day
Season: Summer (Nov – May)
Journey to the Tierra del Fuego National Park, which encompasses 240 square miles and contains a variety of environments, from forests to lakes to mountains. It’s home to 90 species of birds, including giant woodpeckers, black-faced ibis, austral pygmy owls (in the southern beech forests) and the kelp goose and steamer ducks in the coastal areas. Explore this and walk through the dense southern beech forest along national route number 3, which includes Beagle Channel, Ushuaia`s peninsula and bridges, and Lapataia Bay. In addition to birds, the park shelters 20 species of land animals and many varieties of unique vegetation.
Savor the unforgettable scenery of the Tierra del Fuego National Park, with its rivers, mountains, forests, glaciers, and waterfalls. Keep your eyes peeled for the appearance of some of the park’s 90 species of birds, including the magnificent Andean condor.
Let the peace and tranquility of nature enfold you as you wander through one of the world’s most awe-inspiring places.