Known as where the world ends and home to some of Argentina’s wildest countryside. On its windswept coast you’ll see colonies of king penguins and sea lions along with the mythical Albatross soaring in from the Atlantic. Inland there are herds of wild horses, cattle, llamas and the emperor of the South American sky, the Condor.

When to travel

November to March
Skiing season: June to September
Fishing season: November to March

Time from Buenos Aires

By air: 3.30 hrs
By land: 45 hrs


Las Hijas



Horse Riding | Gaucho Culture | Bird Watching  | Hiking | Whale Watching | Skiing | Photography | Fishing | Adventure Sports 

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