I’m coming to Ushuaia coming February and I think to send a parcel from there to Europe –Greece.
(with extra clothes not needed, photo cd etc…).
Anybody has experiences, suggestions, idea about cost for this?
for a video-project I would need to know what traces are there still to be found of the former native inhabitants of Fireland/ Tierra del Fuego.
I remember the murals on the post-office of Ushuaia,and the Salesianer Museum and Magellan - monument in Punta Arenas but there must be more for sure :
Maybe an old cemetery, maybe some open-air-museum of old huts/dwellings ?
are there still places, where it is possible to learn their old language ?
thanks a lot in advance !
We are planning on taking the Mare Australis from Ushuaia in March 2009. What is the latest date to view the penguins before they migrate?
I have seen a really inetresting travel agency that organizes routes through Tierra Fuego and Torres del Paine.
I contacted them and I'm about to pay, but wanted to make sure someone has done the trip with them and everything is ok, as I need to pay first before I get all the contact information.
I will be in Punta Arenas on Monday Feb. 9, 2007, arriving by ship. I need to know what the weather is usually on this date. Can anyone help?
Hiking along the coast line in the National Park - is it realistic? (weatherwise)
We will be in Usuaia at the beginning of June.
I am traveling to Argentina for 3 weeks in early Nov '06. I plan to spend 2 weeks in Patagonia, and would love to go to Cape Horn. I have search the internet extensively but can only find one way to get to see the Cape from Ushuaia.
This is a very expensive cruise ship between Ushuaia and Puntas Arenas called the Via Australis and the Mare Australis.
Does anybody know of a way to go to Cape Horn from Ushuaia ?
My friends and I will be in the Calefate area. ( Mid Jan 06)
Then we like to fly back form Tierra del Fuego to Buenos Aires.
We like to find the best way to get to Tierra del Fuego el Calefate.
We do not want to fly since its kind expensive.
What is the best way to visit Tierra del Fuego National Park? We will be staying in Ushuaia. I've read several posts that say riding the train is not the best way to see the park, but we do not plan to camp or hike. Is there any other transportation or way to see the park? Or is it best to ride the train if we don't plan to hike?
i am thinking to make a long trip to know a bit more about the "cono sur" and my idea is to travel from Buenos Aires, where i have family, to the end of the world (until Usuahia) and then i would like to go up to Santiago de Chile... is there any way to go by bus from Rio gallegos (or around) and cross to Chile to travel up to Santiago?
I have checked the bus line: andesmar.com but i should have to come back on the same way, i would like to be able to go from rio gallegos to bariloche or chile
I was also wondering: is possible to do this kind of trip in July? i dont think so...too much snow and storm, right?
Id like to get an idea about fare in Argentina and Chile.Having time enough,I d like to travel these two countries north-south and back,making several days breaks in various points including cities,camps etc.
In the same time I prefer to a ground travelling instead of flying.I very appreciate somebody´s effort to give me a basic idea about prices for bus , eventually trains and boats.Thank you.
We're going to be in El Calafate in mid-December and would love to see this glacier. Lonelyplanet recommends us to get recommendations from other travelers, so here we are!
Any tips/recommendations on tours to the glaciers? How do we get there from El Calafate and back? Expensive?
Hi everyone, I would like to go from El Calafate to Ushaia next week(I kind of wait for the last minute to plan things). I would really like to avoid Chile and the100 entry fee, does anyone know if there is a ferry along the east coast perhaps Rio Gallegos to Tierra del Fuego or any information about flights from El Calafate to Ushaia. If I happen to be wrong about having to pay the100 visa fee just to cross this area, I would appreciate that information too. Thanks so much Barb
I'll be arriving in Buenos Aires in mid-April & really want to see Tierra del Fuego....will the weather be too bad by then? Other suggestions also welcome! thanks, bex
I am planning a trip to Argentina in late Sept, early Oct 2004 and will be doing so on a budget. I likely will fly in from Kansas to Miami, and then from Miami to BA. I love adventure and exploration and want to spend most of my time seeing all of the things we don't have in Kansas! (Which leaves things wide open, I suppose). I would really like to see the wildlife at Peninsula Valdes, the glaciers at Los Glaciares and also want to visit Tierra del Fuego. Snowboarding in the Andes would also be a real plus. I can probably take off 11 to 12 days for the entire trip. I will be on a tight budget (I can't spend any more that1500 per person, or3000 for the two of us) and certainly don't require fancy accomodations or anything. In fact, I thought it might be fun to stay at a bed and breakfast or two. So, here are my questions: 1. Timewise, is this at all possible? 2. Moneywise, is this at all possible? 3. How much time should I allot for each location? 4. How, considering my budget and time, should I travel from one location to the next? Plane? Car? Bus? And, can you specify any particular companies I should use? 5. Should I be using a travel agent, and if so do you have any suggestions? 6. Am I forgetting anything super important? Thanks in advance for you input. If you want to email me directly, you can do so at [email] Shari
does anyone know of rivers that are easily accesible in T del F and hotels that are fishermen friendly ? What about car rentals in the area ? tightlines !!
Does anybody know about the transport between Ushuaia and South Geirgia ? Thanx.
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