Lapataya Bay is a famous bay in Ushuaia, and it is the closest bay to Antarctica. The sea is very pure. The snow-capped mountains and blue sky and white clouds in the distance make this place extremely holy. You can see whales and dolphins not far from the sea. If you are lucky, you can see whales and dolphins. It is a place to visit in Ushuaia.
Tierra del Fuego National Park is also known as La Pattaya, which is the true southernmost point of the world, or "the end of the world". The bay is very quiet, so quiet that I can only hear my own footsteps, along the wooden plank road in the bay, overlooking the snow-capped mountains and the deep sky.
Lapataya Bay is one of Ushuaia’s most famous bays. The scenery here is very beautiful. At the far end of the bay are rolling snow-capped mountains and the air quality is super good. It is also a place where many large cruise ships stop. It is both beautiful and prosperous, and it is worth a walk.
Sailing out of the USHUAIA port at the end of the world, the snow-capped mountains and small towns next to the pier are drifting away. The scenery is really great. The two sides of the strait are Argentina and Chile. The strait is wide and dotted with small islands.