What to do in Ushuaia in 2, 3, 4, or 5 days?

Que hacer en Ushuaia en 2, 3, 4 o 5 días

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Do you have specific days to visit Ushuaia? Enter this article to know the suggested itineraries for each case.

Ushuaia is known as the “southernmost city in the world”. It is located in the last stretch of the Andes Mountain Range and is guarded by the Beagle Channel.

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It is the capital of the province of Tierra del Fuego and its beginnings were marked by being a military and prison post and today it is one of the most recognized destinations in the world.

Attracted by the magic that surrounds the “city at the end of the world” and the multiple activities to do, thousands of national and international tourists visit it annually.

If you are planning to visit this beautiful Patagonian destination, know the proposals to make the most of your days.

What to do in Ushuaia in 2 days?

DAY 1: Excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park + End of the World Train.

This is one of the great attractions of the destination. In this tour you will be able to:

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Get to know the only national park in the country that combines sea, forest and mountain.
Relive the history of the prison at the end of the world on board the famous train used by the prisoners.
Discover the flora and fauna of the “end of the world”.

DAY 2: Sailing through the Beagle Channel.

In the journey through its icy waters, you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the canoe people “the Yámanas”.
Admire the marine fauna such as sea lions and penguins and observe the various species of birds.
Appreciate the lighthouse Les Éclaiereurs (the illuminators, in French) and the beautiful landscape that surrounds it.

What to do in Ushuaia in 3 days?

DAY 1: Excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park + End of the World Train.

This is one of the great attractions of the destination. In this tour you will be able to:

Get to know the only national park in the country that combines sea, forest and mountain.
Relive the history of the prison at the end of the world on board the famous train used by the prisoners.
Discover the flora and fauna of the “end of the world”.

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DAY 2: Sailing through the Beagle Channel.

In the journey through its icy waters, you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the canoe people “the Yámanas”.
Admire the marine fauna such as sea lions and penguins and observe the various species of birds.
Appreciate the lighthouse Les Éclaiereurs (the illuminators, in French) and the beautiful landscape that surrounds it.

DAY 3: Tour of Lakes Fagnano and Escondido.

Ushuaia’s attractions are endless. Discover in 4×4 vehicles roads with history. For your third day the proposal is as follows:

Travel along the ancient Andean crossing road of the native Fuegians.
Enjoy the largest lakes of Ushuaia and marvel at its beautiful natural surroundings.

What to do in Ushuaia in 4 days?

DAY 1: Excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park + End of the World Train.

This is one of the great attractions of the destination. In this tour you will be able to:

Get to know the only national park in the country that combines sea, forest and mountain.
Relive the history of the prison at the end of the world aboard the famous train used by the prisoners.
Discover the flora and fauna of the “end of the world”.

DAY 2: Sailing through the Beagle Channel.

In the journey through its icy waters, you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the canoe people “the Yámanas”.
Admire the marine fauna such as sea lions and penguins and observe the various species of birds.
Appreciate the lighthouse Les Éclaiereurs (the illuminators, in French) and the beautiful landscape that surrounds it.

DAY 3: Tour of Lakes Fagnano and Escondido.

Ushuaia’s attractions are endless. Discover in 4 x 4 vehicles roads with history. For your third day the proposal is as follows:

Travel along the ancient Andean crossing road of the native Fuegians.
Enjoy the largest lakes of the Ushua and marvel at its beautiful natural surroundings.

DAY 4: Emerald Lagoon Trekking

We will make a trekking of medium difficulty through the Fuegian forest. This proposal is ideal to contemplate the scenery as you go along the route.

What to do in Ushuaia in 5 days?

DAY 1: Visit the Maritime and Presidio Museum of Ushuaia

This mythical enclosure that is an important part of the history of the place, is located in the building of the former prison of Ushuaia. The most dangerous criminals were imprisoned there. It houses four museums: the Ushuaia Maritime Museum, the Presidio Museum, the Antarctic Museum and the Marine Art Museum.

DAY 2: Excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park + End of the World Train.

This is one of the great attractions of the destination. In this tour you will be able to:

Get to know the only national park in the country that combines sea, forest and mountain.
Relive the history of the prison at the end of the world on board the famous train used by the prisoners.
Discover the flora and fauna of the “end of the world”.

DAY 3: Sailing through the Beagle Channel.

In the journey through its icy waters, you will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the canoe people “the Yámanas”.
Admire the marine fauna such as sea lions and penguins and observe the various species of birds.
Appreciate the lighthouse Les Éclaiereurs (the illuminators, in French) and the beautiful landscape that surrounds it.

DAY 4: Tour of Lakes Fagnano and Escondido.

Ushuaia’s attractions are endless. Discover in 4 x 4 vehicles roads with history. For your third day the proposal is as follows:

Tour the ancient Andean crossing road of the native Fuegians.
Enjoy the largest lakes of the Ushua and marvel at its beautiful natural surroundings.

DAY 5: Emerald Lagoon Trekking

We will make a trekking of medium difficulty through the Fuegian forest. You will enjoy the Lasifashaj Valley along the Esmeralda River. A unique landscape to appreciate the immensity of the Argentine Patagonia. Nature, rich history that can be felt in each of its buildings and a great gastronomic offer, are the charms of the city of Ushuaia, in addition to the magic of visiting the streets of the southernmost city in the world.

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