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Tierra del Fuego

Travel through one of Chile’s most extreme landscapes, where guanacos and wild horses run free and solitary condors glide over Mount Darwin.
In Porvenir you will learn about the history of the ancient inhabitants and settlers that decided to work in the planet’s southernmost portion.
Tour the Karukinka National Park and marvel at the view from the Pietro Grande. You can take a break from trekking in Tierra del Fuego at the Fagnano and Deseado lakes.
If adventure is still calling you, travel through the Fuegian channels and fjords on the cruises that travel to Puerto Williams and Cape Horn. Do not forget your camera to immortalize these spectacular sites.
A challenge of this destination is the Dientes de Navarino circuit, the southernmost hiking trails in the world.

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Tierra del Fuego

Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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Explore the charms Tierra del Fuego

  • Porvenir
    Porvenir

    Porvenir, the most populated town in Tierra del Fuego, is a peaceful place that invites you to discover it. Its unique promenade and buildings will take you back to the past and welcome you to the end of the world.

    Come by plane or by ferry from Punta Arenas, crossing the famous Straits of Magellan, while watching diverse animals like dolphins, penguins and even whales.

  • Karukinka National Park
    Parque Nacional Karukinka

    Located at the end of the world, this natural park amazes you with its majesty. The extensive Magellanic landscape, unique in the world, is a treat for the eye.

    Hike along any of the five paths with different lengths and degrees of difficulty. Among forests of lengas, snow-capped mountains and a diverse native flora and fauna, its wide open 300,000 hectares may be a challenge for nature lovers.

  • Puerto Williams and Cabo de Hornos
    Puerto Williams

    Can you picture yourself in the southernmost town in the world? Visit Puerto Williams, be amazed by its great biological diversity and impressive natural beauty and discover the ancestral Yagán ethnic culture.
    Like Charles Darwin, explore Wulaia Bay, a living treasure of the southern geography and relive the past in the most important settlements of the Yamana culture.
    Surprise yourself with the majesty of the Cape Horn National Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and get lost riding a horse along the shores of the Beagle Channel and the Dientes de Navarino mountain range.

  • Cabo de Hornos National Park
    parque nacional cabo de hornos

    Navigate this park, the southernmost in Chile, and conquer the southernmost forest ecosystem in the world.
    Thanks to the natural value of this place, it was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and all its species such as leopard seals, dolphins, whales, sea lions, and birds are protected.
    In addition to touring the island on a tourist ship, you can venture out and go sailing in its extreme waters. Explore every corner of the island through its trails breathing the pure air of the end of the world!

  • Canal Beagle
    Canal Beagle

    Experience the Yamana culture, the people who sailed the Beagle Channel in their canoes. Discover the journey of the English naturalist Charles Darwin, who would later write the theory of evolution, inspired from his trips to the edges of the world.
    The Beagle Channel limits to the north with the island of Tierra del Fuego, where the Argentine city of Ushuaia is located on its shore, and to the south the Nueva and Navarino islands among others, being in the latter the city of Puerto Williams.

Porvenir
Porvenir

Porvenir, the most populated town in Tierra del Fuego, is a peaceful place that invites you to discover it. Its unique promenade and buildings will take you back to the past and welcome you to the end of the world.

Come by plane or by ferry from Punta Arenas, crossing the famous Straits of Magellan, while watching diverse animals like dolphins, penguins and even whales.

Nature
Porvenir
Karukinka National Park
Parque Nacional Karukinka

Located at the end of the world, this natural park amazes you with its majesty. The extensive Magellanic landscape, unique in the world, is a treat for the eye.

Hike along any of the five paths with different lengths and degrees of difficulty. Among forests of lengas, snow-capped mountains and a diverse native flora and fauna, its wide open 300,000 hectares may be a challenge for nature lovers.

Adventure and sports
Parque Nacional Karukinka
Puerto Williams and Cabo de Hornos
Puerto Williams

Can you picture yourself in the southernmost town in the world? Visit Puerto Williams, be amazed by its great biological diversity and impressive natural beauty and discover the ancestral Yagán ethnic culture.
Like Charles Darwin, explore Wulaia Bay, a living treasure of the southern geography and relive the past in the most important settlements of the Yamana culture.
Surprise yourself with the majesty of the Cape Horn National Park, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and get lost riding a horse along the shores of the Beagle Channel and the Dientes de Navarino mountain range.

Adventure and sports
Puerto Williams
Cabo de Hornos National Park
parque nacional cabo de hornos

Navigate this park, the southernmost in Chile, and conquer the southernmost forest ecosystem in the world.
Thanks to the natural value of this place, it was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and all its species such as leopard seals, dolphins, whales, sea lions, and birds are protected.
In addition to touring the island on a tourist ship, you can venture out and go sailing in its extreme waters. Explore every corner of the island through its trails breathing the pure air of the end of the world!

Adventure and sports
parque nacional cabo de hornos
Canal Beagle
Canal Beagle

Experience the Yamana culture, the people who sailed the Beagle Channel in their canoes. Discover the journey of the English naturalist Charles Darwin, who would later write the theory of evolution, inspired from his trips to the edges of the world.
The Beagle Channel limits to the north with the island of Tierra del Fuego, where the Argentine city of Ushuaia is located on its shore, and to the south the Nueva and Navarino islands among others, being in the latter the city of Puerto Williams.

Nature
Canal Beagle