Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world located on the island of Tierra del Fuego. The first inhabitants of Tierra del Fuego came here 10,000 years ago, when the Strait of Magellan had not yet separated this part from the continent. The population is 70,000 inhabitants, the recent increases due to tourism and free trade zone. The climate is excellent; especially spring, summer and early autumn is perfect for exploring the national Park, great for cruising, fishing and other journeys to these places.
From Ushuaia, you can make excursions to the Martial Glacier in national Park Tierra del Fuego, an excursion by catamaran along the Strait of Bengal to the Islands. Here You’ll find a boat willing to take You to Antarctica.
You can also take a day excursion to one of the largest glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno (height 50 m) situated in the national Park Los Glaciares. The glacier is constantly cracks and rumbles from a fall off huge chunks of ice, causing great waves rush to the shore. This wall of ice is melting and rising again in four years. During the growth of the glacier in the lake the water level rises. When the size of the community reaches a critical point, it collapses – and the amazing spectacle lasts for several hours. This natural wonder was declared a UNESCO world heritage of humanity.