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Lakes District 4x4 Full-Day Tour with Lunch from Ushuaia

clock 7 to 9 hours
  • The first and best 4x4 full-day tour in Tierra del Fuego from Ushuaia. Expert guides pick you up from your hotel for a pleasant ride along valleys, mountains, and through the forest that encircle Ushuaia. Enjoy a real off-road experience along the 5th largest lake in Argentina. This is an adventure for any kind of traveler that wants to explore...Read more

El Calafate History Museum Tour

clock 1 to 4 hours
  • The CIC travel 100 million years of nature and human history in Patagonia.  The montage of dinosaurian and mega mammal illuminate the show of the evolution that this region was.  Videos, photos and audios are to understand and remember the genocide of Aonikenk people and the Patagonics strikes.  Re-discover the Tehuelche culture understanding...Read more

The End of the World Train Admission Ticket

clock 2 hours
  • Ride along the last miles of track of the original convict train that once operated in Ushuaia from 1910 to 1947 with an End of the World Train admission ticket. Hear the history of this famous narrow-gauge railroad while gazing out at the rivers, waterfalls, forests, and mountains of magnificent Tierra del Fuego National Park. Transportation to...Read more

Pinguinera and Estancia San Lorenzo, Puerto Madryn Ticket

clock 90 to 210 minutes
  • The Estancia San Lorenzo Nature Reserve is located within the Peninsula Valdés Protected Natural Area 160 kilometers from the city of Puerto Madryn, in the province of Chubut, Patagonia, Argentina.
    On its coasts there is a colony of more than 600,000 Magellan penguins that can be visited between September 7 and March 31 of each year, making it...Read more

Yeti Ice Bar!

clock 30 minutes
  • Yeti Bar is the first ice bar in the center of El Calafate and an attractive proposal if you are in the city.
    There you will receive beautiful thermal hooded cloaks, leather gloves and crampons for shoes used to walk on the ice floor and not run the risk of skidding. They will also give you an informative talk.
    The Ice Bar features a...Read more

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