Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, also known as the "end of the world". Its unique geographical location has made it world famous as a necessary route to Antarctica. Ushuaia is a free port, only 800 km from the Antarctic Peninsula, which attracts scientific expeditions to Antarctica.
The streets of the town are lined with the kind of cute little wooden houses that only appear in fairy tales, and the lush mountain slopes and the majestic white snow-capped mountains make for a stunning landscape. If you have also set foot here, then these few things have you been lucky enough to achieve？
See a sunset and sunrise
Many travelers come to Ushuaia as a jumping off point to Antarctica, often choosing to visit from December to March. The city is built on a mountainous and colorful landscape, with three-dimensional and layered views uphill and downhill. Not only that, but it has an unbelievably beautiful harbor with crystal clear blue waters and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets every minute of winter.
Take a train ride
The World's End Train runs from Ushuaia through Tierra del Fuego National Park, offering breathtaking views of mountains, forests and waterfalls. Enjoy a scenic ride on a traditional steam train with this ticket; listen to commentary on board; learn about the train's fascinating history - once transferring prisoners to Ushuaia; and enjoy free time to explore before heading back.
Take a look at a lighthouse
It's not actually the southernmost lighthouse in the world; the southernmost lighthouse is on Cape Horn, but it was taken as the southernmost lighthouse and eventually became the symbol of Ushuaia. For Ushuaia, this is the end and the beginning.
See the penguins once
Martillo Island is one of the largest penguin colonies in the world. Sailing along Ushuaia's Beagle Channel, you can cruise the island and see Magellanic penguins and Gentoos in their natural habitat.
Take a picture of the snow-capped mountains
Ushuaia's snow-capped Castro Mountain, which averages over 3,000 meters in height, is a holy place that is snow-capped in mid-year. There are also many lakes formed by the meltwater of the snow-capped mountains, which are like sapphires set among the mountains, and are really as beautiful as a fairyland.
Spend the afternoon staring at the sea
Ushuaia is not very big, you can even spend a morning in this pure town. You can choose to spend an afternoon at the end of the world, sitting quietly by the sea, lazing around with a long journey. It is also one of the few good memories in life.
Clutching your ticket to Antarctica
The Ushuaia, an ice-class reinforced ship, has generous deck space and an open bridge policy, with wide rubber boats for landing activities, giving passengers more opportunities to observe wildlife on land. When you come to Ushuaia, this ship ticket offers an experience you must try.