Tierra del Fuego National Park, a nature reserve in the southernmost part of the world, is dotted with snow peaks, mountains, lakes and forests. Ancient Indian shacks are visible. The polar scenery is infinite and the scenery is fascinating. There is an iron bridge in the park. There is a small pavilion post office on it. Countless visitors will send postcards here. The old man who has worked here for 50 years will retire soon. It is said that he will be succeeded by his son. As a tourist attraction, "the end of the world" has many bright spots, among which "the six most". The following are six scenic spots - "1, the southernmost railway station in the world; "2, the postal office in the southernmost part of the world; (3) the end of the road at the southernmost end of the world, which is more than 17,000 kilometers away from Alaska according to the wooden sign content; (4) the freshwater lake at the southernmost end of the world; (5) the city of Bird's Huaiya at the southernmost end of the world; (6) the wharf at Ushuaiya Bay. The cruise ship is heading for Antarctica, with a distance of only 1,000 kilometers.
Ushuaia's Tierra del Fuego National Park is the southernmost National Park on the planet. It is impossible to finish the tour in one day. If you choose to go hiking, it will take at least three days. The natural scenery of the park is super beautiful. Snow mountains, ice lakes, forests, penguins, sea lions are everywhere. It's really very attractive.
Today's tourist destination is Tierra del Fuego National Park. There are many ways to visit the park. You can walk in and enjoy the primitive scenery slowly. Another way is to drive all the way into the park. Another most distinctive feature is to take a small steam train for Argentina's most dangerous prisoners, who were confined in Tierra del Fuego, to go to work every day (to work in the forest), and also to help the local people. It is called the world's southernmost railway. Because of the time, we can only choose the train + car route to browse Tierra del Fuego National Park. The whole journey takes about 4-5 hours. Because the weather of Tierra del Fuego is changeable, it is suggested to take warm clothes with you. It is suggested to take a small train, preferably starting in the morning. The tour guide arranges for 9:00 a.m., so basically he will pick us up from the hotel to the railway station at 7 - "30 a.m. It is said that there was no roof in the car, only platform and wooden chairs, and the seats were made of wood. There were only two people in the basic row, and they were very crowded. During the journey, the car would explain the prisoners'life in Xi'an dental language and English, and there were some tearful and inhumane histories. The journey will stop at some scenic spots and let people take pictures of the destroyed scenery on the road. Basically, this section of the road mainly uses the way of tourism to let people experience how these prisoners worked in the harsh environment and damaged the nature, so that future generations will not repeat this history. The whole train journey takes about two hours. There is no bathroom in the whole section. So when the train journey is over, we will continue by car. So the tour guide takes us to the post office in the southernmost part of the world to send postcards (about 30 days after returning to China) and stamps your passport (extra cost, forgotten amount). After that, they will continue to go to the homes built by Shui Du, which is also to remind future generations not to destroy the natural ecosystem at will (because Shui Du is not a local animal, it was introduced later, but later due to improper treatment, resulting in a large number of breeding, causing a great impact on the local environment). Then visit the end of South America Highway 3, which means that there is no way to get here, you have reached the end of the world, there is no way to go. The scenery of the whole journey is beautiful, but it also finds out how foreigners use tourism to educate future generations not to repeat the mistakes they made before, so that they do not make mistakes. I think this is the highest level of travel.
Tierra del Fuego National Park boasts natural landscapes such as lakes, streams, forests and coasts. BAHIA LAPATAIA is located at the southernmost end of the park. The park is 12KM away from the city, and the park area is large. It takes a whole day or more to visit the park on foot. The environment in the park is very good, there are many walking routes, beautiful scenery, some of the walking routes need to walk 4-5 hours. Argentina's Tierra del Fuego Park is part of the border between Argentina and Chile. Some snow mountains and lakes are national boundaries. Many hiking routes are very close to the border. The park has the southernmost trains, ENSENADA Bay, the southernmost post office, lapataia Bay and ROCA Lake and other attractions. LAPATAIA Bay is the end of the world, with beautiful scenery, calm water, scattered islands, and a good place for two people to stay together in the wilderness. The entrance to the trestle of LAPATAIA Bay is the end of Argentina's Highway 3 and the end of the Pan-American Highway (the Pan-American Highway refers to the Inter-American Highway from Alaska to Argentina). It's 17848 kilometers from Alaska.
Most visitors to Ushuaia will choose to visit Tierra del Fuego National Park for one day, where the air is particularly fresh, snow mountains, lakes, grasslands and forests are interesting, and if time permits, hiking can also take place here. Take the train at the end of the world to Ushuaia. The last thing you can miss is the train at the end of the world. Ushuaia used to be the place where prisoners were held. Later, the second warden decided to build a new prison. In order to transport materials, a new type of rail has been invented. Prisoners will arrive in the Pibo Valley by train from where the prison is located to today's Tierra del Fuego National Park, a total length of 25 kilometers. Later, in order to develop the local tourism industry, Argentina rebuilt the once abandoned trains and reopened them. The departure route intercepted the last seven kilometres of the 25-kilometre journey. The departure station is located 8 kilometers west of Ushuaia, outside the National Forest Park. The scenery along the way is also very spectacular. When the train started, the mossy virgin forest could be seen through the glass window.
we can visit the park by both coach and train in different areas. sitting on the train, we can appreciate the beautiful sceneries and get off in several picture taking points. I visited early Nov and late Nov. mountains carry more snow on the top early Nov and are beautiful during sunny day.
Along the way, we often see notes that are very incongruous with this beautiful nature, and from time to time a dry and dead forest appears in our eyes, which is particularly gray in the lush green eyes. The lush beech trees form the main part of the forest. In spring, yellow flowers can be seen in the orchids and Berberis Darwin. In the park, reef shores and small beaches alternate along the beach, providing an ideal environment for coastal birds to gather and haunt. Tierra del Fuego National Park attracts tourists from all over the world because of its special region, magical natural and cultural landscape. The last attraction is the end of the Pan-American Highway and a beautiful bay on the border with Chile. The Pan-American Highway, called Highway 3 in Argentina, extends to Alaska, the northernmost part of North America. It is 17848 kilometers long. Our car stopped and a row of wooden piles stood in front of it -- this is the end of the world's southernmost highway.
Ushuaia's Tierra del Fuego National Park, the southernmost National Park in the world. Dust bumps along Argentina's Highway 3 and arrives at the park. The original ecology is well protected. There are many scenic spots at the southernmost end of the world, at the end of the highway, freshwater lake, small post office and so on.
Tierra del Fuego National Park. At the southernmost railway station in the world, a steam engine rides through the forest facing the wind and sunshine. Along the way, you can see the beech graves, snake-shaped streams and sparkling water formed by prisoners cutting down trees in the past.