We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Bahia Lapataia

3,923 Reviews

Bahia Lapataia

3,923 Reviews
Get the full experience and book a tour
Recommended
Our most popular tours and activities
Tours & Sightseeing
Browse our largest collection of experiences
Transfers & Ground Transport
No stress transit for your arrival and departure
Walking & Biking Tours
Explore on your feet—and never miss anything
Multi-day & Extended Tours
Multi-day adventures—no planning needed
•••
Browse
Tierra del Fuego National Park with optional End of the World Train
US$29.15 per adult
Popular: Booked by 121 travellers!
Tierra Del Fuego National Park Tour
US$41.60 per adult
Tierra del Fuego and Beagle Channel Combo Tour by Train and Boat
US$165.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 106 travellers!
Half-Day Tierra del Fuego National Park with Lunch and Drinks
US$75.00 per adult
Popular: Booked by 117 travellers!
See more
Full view
Location
Contact
Ushuaia Argentina
Get to know the area
Beagle Channel navigation with mini trekking by Patagonia Explorer
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Beagle Channel navigation with mini trekking by Patagonia Explorer

100 reviews
google
We work with small groups of up to 18 passengers in a familiar and friendly environment with the company of professional Spanish and English speaking guides.<br>The excursions are carried out with the "KAMS and" TELIENKA "yachts, twin vessels of 15 meters in length, which due to their dimensions allow a maximum approach to the islands allowing preferential sightings.<br>During our tour we visit Isla Alicia, Isla de Pájaros and Isla de Lobos, where we make very close sightings of the fauna of the Beagle Channel. We know the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse built in 1919, a true emblem of the City of Ushuaia. At the end, we disembark at Bridges Island to walk a path of interpretation of flora and birds, telling the story of the Yámanas aborigines. Here are the largest Yámana anthropogenic shells in the region.<br>It also has a panoramic point from where we can observe the magnificence of the Beagle Channel with the City of Ushuaia in the distance.
US$48.34 per adult
3,923Reviews17Q&A
Traveller rating
  • 2,377
  • 1,273
  • 259
  • 9
  • 5
Traveller type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
AlpinerHut wrote a review Apr 2020
Chantilly, Virginia1,005 contributions384 helpful votes
Come for the sign, stay for the views -- the sign marking the end of the Pan-American Highway linking North America to South America, the views of Bahia Lapataia (Lapataia Bay) in Tierra del Fuego National Park. You'll reach here on Argentina Route 3, which ends with a parking lot and a much-photographed sign that announces, in Spanish, the termination of Route 3 but doesn't mention this is also the end of the Pan-American Highway, other than to list a distance from Alaska that I believe is several thousand kilometers less than the true figure.   By the way, don't confuse this sign at the end of the paved world with the fin-del-mundo (end of the world) sign in downtown Ushuaia (see my review, "Bottom's up!"). Pick your preferred end-of-the-world sign and defend it to the death! The argument for this one: it's only 600 miles to Antarctica, and there are no roads beyond this point. Don't stop at the sign, though. Beyond it, an elevated wooden pathway takes you across pretty countryside to a nice bay view. TIPS: * There's another sign of interest here, a blue-and-white one proclaiming "Las Malvinas son Argentinas"  ("The Malvinas Are Argentina's"). It's a not-so-subtle dig at British tourists, reminding them that, even though Argentina lost the 1982 war for possession of what Britain calls the Falklands Islands, in Argentina's mind those islands are theirs. * This is NOT, as some have said in their Bahia Lapataia reviews, where the End of the World Post Office is (see my review, "Really special delivery").
Read more
Date of experience: March 2020
Helpful
Share
Tupelo010835 wrote a review Mar 2020
Denton, Texas1,936 contributions511 helpful votes
When the road stopped (and yes, we got the obligatory photo by the sign), we got out of the van and explored. I think my favorite parts were the really neat elevate wooden pathways. Really gets a person into nature without disturbing it. Nice!
Read more
Date of experience: January 2020
Helpful
Share
midwaytoheaven wrote a review Mar 2020
Midway, Utah2,990 contributions305 helpful votes
+1
If you come to the Tierra del Fuego National Park by tour or taxi, you will most certainly be brought here. This is the place everyone wants a photo or selfie at...the End-Of-The-World, the last stop of the Pan American Highway that begins in Prudhoe Bay Alaska and ends here 11,090 miles away! (17,848 km). It is the "longest road in the world" that connects two continents north to south BOTTOM LINE: This is pretty cool to see the sign here. There is a trail walkway that takes you to a lake lookout. If cruise ships are in port, this will be a very popular stop and will be crowded. There is a smaller parking area here along with flush toilets. A MUST PHOTO STOP! MY RATING: 8/10
Read more
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
Mktpro99 wrote a review Feb 2020
West Palm Beach, Florida1,101 contributions162 helpful votes
Great views of the mountains in Chile and suer reflections on the lake on quiet days. Visit in the national park.
Read more
Date of experience: February 2020
Helpful
Share
PaulAK2011 wrote a review Feb 2020
Anchorage, Alaska517 contributions275 helpful votes
My travel companion and I had been near the end of the northern end of the highway in Alaska, so this was a special experience for us. The end of the road is a gravel spot with a foot board walk out for a better view of the lovely mountains, lake and forest . There are various walks around the end of the road and a nice big informative wooden sign to have your photo taken with . The mountains forest, and waters remind me of coastal Alaska.
Read more
Date of experience: February 2020
Helpful
Share
Previous