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This is the southernmost of all corridors and includes the South of the Province of Chubut, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego.
From the glaciers to the beaches of the Argentinian Sea, this region encloses part of the endless Patagonian steppe, the last stretch of the Andean Mountain Range and abrupt coasts with various features.
Its landscapes are real masterpieces made by nature. Most of its rivers and creeks, large lakes and lagoons, forests, massifs, mounts and beaches give shelter to several fauna reserves and are part of the Los Glaciares, Perito Moreno and Tierra del Fuego National Parks.
Source of inspiration for explorers from other times, this area is now a tourist destination par excellence. Its tourist infrastructure of international level includes the Cerro Castor ski resort in Ushuaia
. Magnificent estancias
open their doors and invite visitors to relax in a rural scenery or practice activities such as fly-fishing in the splendid water courses that cross these territories.
The land of glaciers has its access point at El Calafate Town
, from where many sightseeing and trekking tours leave towards the renowned Perito Moreno glacier.
In the southern end of the country and the continent, geography shows off its wildest resources.
Total: 1308 tours and excursions.
Just a visit to this town lets everyone understand why it has come to be called the Hiking Capital of Argentina. There is absolutely no doubt about that.
Puerto Santa Cruz
History, culture and now tourism are part of Puerto Santa Cruz, a city on the Atlantic coast that has everything to guarantee happiness.
Tierra del Fuego
Lake Fagnano stands out for being the largest water body on Tierra del Fuego Island. It spreads out from the mountain range to the steppe.
The owners of the local farms have turned every visit into something special, as they show their neat crops and tell stories about the pioneers.