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The landscapes of Ushuaia are one of the most beautiful in Argentina, and the excursion to the Beagle Canal, a must-see for those visiting the Fueguina province.
With more than 200 miles, the Beagle Canal connects the Atlantic to the Pacific, and is considered one of the most imposing landscapes in Ushuaia . Tourists from all over the world arrive to visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park, the Emeralda Lagoon and the Martial Glacier.
Undoubtedly, the most chosen excursion for tourists arriving as a family is the visit to the Beagle Canal. From the tourist port, boats leave daily that manage to travel it in 4 hours and allow you to contemplate virgin forests and various islets.
The route includes a tour of Alicia Island and the Isla de los Lobos , where you can see colonies of this species. Also the Isla de los Pájaros, home to royal and imperial cormorants, and the Bridges Islands , rich in marine diversity.
An obligatory stop is the Fin del Mundo Lighthouse “Les Eclaireus ”, considered the most emblematic place in the city. This window to the sea is the oldest in Argentina (1884), and is an ideal setting for panoramic photographs.
From October to March, Martillo Island joins this visit, where tourists can see the Magellanic Penguin colony . Modern walkways allow visitors to tour the area and live this experience in first person.
An interesting fact is that the trip to the Beagle Canal can be done at all seasons of the year. The price ranges from $3700 to $4500, depending on the route and the type of boat. While all tourists must pay a $40 port fee, the good news is that children under 4 do not pay.
Publication Date: 26/10/2019
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