Created in 1960, the Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost protected natural area in the Argentine Republic. Located 11 km from Ushuaia, on the border with Chile and along the Beagle Channel, it covers an area of 63,000 ha.
The park presents a variety of exceptional landscapes: rivers running through deep valleys, forests, peat bogs...
Mountain ranges separate the different valleys, making it difficult to get from one to the other.
The flora and fauna are of great richness. The native fauna is represented by guanacos and foxes. In addition, there are species introduced into the park: zorro gris, beaver, rabbit (conejo) and rata almizclera. The birds are numerous. Birds of prey are represented by eagles (aguila mora). Its waterways, rich in salmonids, are ideal for sport fishing.
There is a charge for admission to the park, which is $350 per person.
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