The southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia is quite literally the gateway to Argentina's final frontier. Quiet by urban standards, this quaint and isolated city, located on the southern coast of the Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, provides visitors access to Argentina's most unique archipelago. Take the End of the World Train to the Tierre del Fuego National Park and explore its damp forests, rocky mountains and glacial lakes, or catch a boat ride along the Beagle Channel, observing an incredible array of marine mammals and other wildlife as you retrace the historic steps of Charles Darwin.
Ushuaia has amenities suitable to most any traveler, from hotels to hostels to the campgrounds located within the national park, and succeeds in providing a truly one of a kind experience unlike anything you'll encounter the world over.
Location:Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina
Note:As if this city wasn't unique enough, Ushuaia also serves as home base for those seeking a ferry ride to the lost continent of Antarctica. Daily flights from Buenos Aires to the Ushuaia International Airport are available with an average flight time of 3 hours and 30 minutes.