Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego (Tierra del Fuego National Park) is the southernmost national park in the world. It lies on the Beagle Channel and right next to the province’s capital, Ushuaia. The 240 square miles (630 km2) of Patagonian forest are a natural wonderland filled with stunning waterfalls, lakes, mountains and glaciers: the ideal playground for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Here are our picks for the best things to do in Tierra del Fuego National Park.
Category: Things To Do
July 20, 2015
Nestled within the Cordillera de Los Andes and surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, the thermal water and adventure park, Termas de Cacheuta will captivate you from the first moment you set eyes on it, and the experiences you’ll live there will only make it harder for you to go home. It is the ultimate pleasure and relaxation experience, but there are also plenty of fun and thrills to be had in this oasis in the province of Mendoza.
July 6, 2015
Located in the southwest of the province of Santa Cruz, Glaciers National Park (Parque Nacional Los Glaciares) is exceptionally beautiful. Naturally, the three main glaciers – the Perito Moreno, the Upsala and the Spegazzini – are the stars of the show. But there’s a lot more you can do in Los Glaciares National Park than merely contemplate the glaciers in all of their natural splendor.
June 8, 2015
For those staying in Salta City and would like to venture further out into the province of Salta, spending at least one day in Cafayate is well worth the trip. Here are four reasons why:
May 4, 2015
As the top wine-producing region in Argentina, Mendoza has its fair share of visitors who come for a taste of its world-famous Malbec. However, as enjoyable as bodega (winery) hopping and a bike tour in Mendoza wine country can be, the experience goes from enjoyable to unforgettable when you pair the wine with sublime Argentine cuisine. Want some prime Argentine beef to go with that wine? Here are the top restaurants in Mendoza.
April 20, 2015
El Calafate is a town that long ago accepted the fact that it could never compete for popularity with its icy blue neighbors, the glaciers of Los Glaciares National Park. The town is not a tourist attraction in itself, but rather the perfect place from which to embark on epic adventures. Here are five things you can do in El Calafate.