One of the best things to do in Ushuaia, Argentina, is head to the brushed Tierra del Fuego National Park. This dramatic slice of nature is also the southernmost national park in the world, so you've got bragging rights! If you're an adventurer, active mountain hiking, kayaking in park lakes and glacier walking are made-to-measure in this land of high peaks and high winds. Animal lovers can enjoy guided walks where guanacos, foxes, beavers, muskrats, and at least 90 bird species including austral parakeets, condors, oystercatchers and carancas can be spotted in their natural habitats.
Set aside some time on your Ushuaia, Argentina, trip to dive into the history of the region. Originally built to transport lumber to Ushuaia's prison colony, the southernmost train in the world is now a tourist must-do. It's a one-hour ride to the national park on what was known as the "Convict Train," crossing the rushing Pipo River, tranquil beech forests and past the Insta-worthy Macarena Waterfall. Don't forget to start with a visit to the Maritime and Prison Museum to set the stage for your train journey and learn about some of the end of the world's more colorful past.
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