Amazing place surrounded by even more amazing adventure. A well-stocked civilized place to embark into some of the wildest regions of the world. We took see kayaks and climbing gear to the Darwin Range from here.
About Ushuaia Bay
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The trip was nice, taking approximately 2,5 hours. The catamaran took us on a round trip throughout the bay and we were able to see several species of birds as well as sea lions in their natural habitat. Before turning back we visited the famous...More
Ushuaia, regarded as the southernmost city in the world is located on this wide bay on the southern coast of Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego. The Bay is surrounded to the west, north and east by the Andes Fueguinos and on the south by...More
We enjoyed visiting this lovely city and learning of its history. We had great weather that day and were impressed how much the city has grown. A great memory
It was a shame but the winds were up to 60knots and the waves running at about 25ft, it was decided it was just too rough to get into port
the bay is busy for at least six months of the year, with all the cruise ships many of which leave for Antartica. There are also lots of boats that do cruises of the Chanel and Bay spotting marine life along the way. Pristine waters!
We went in the morning, lighting was good with slight cloud cover making it easier to photograph landscapes and wildlife.
Great views of the Andes both Chile and Argentina, sea birds, penguins, seals, and more. Bundle up. Bring binoculars or camera with telephoto lens.
We took a catamaran back to the harbor from the park and they spent a lot of time around the lighthouse. Cold and windy area.
We came back from the Harbeton farm on the boat and passed this landmark which is in the Beagle channel.