Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Tierra del Fuego National Park Half-Day Tour with Optional End of the World Train Ride. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Excellent. Good job providing information along the tour. Was given ample time to enjoy the scenery and take photos
Absolutely Great!! Met by guide on time, If you can get Victoria, she is fluent in three languages, energetic, and outgoing, a great guide who knows her stuff. The train ride is noisy and the english translation is in UK English that is hard to hear, but ok. The tour allows stops for bathroom breaks, chocolate and a snack and plenty of time to walk around. Great deal. Highly recommend it.
Excellent guide. She was exceptional. If the tour had been a full day it would have been just as great.
The park is lovely and there are excellent opportunities for bird watching during the half-day tour.
Enjoyable trip to National Park. Particularly enjoyed the train ride which was very well organised and allowed a brief stop for photos. There were useful announcements in multiple languages during train trip regarding the history etc. of the area.
Great trip. Shame that the entrance fee to the park is not included, seems daft to pay for a tour and then have to pay to get into the park to be able to take the tour!
I booked a tour with a 4x4 vihicle. It was al tour with a bus without trainride. You have to pay charge for National Park.
Note from Viator: We do advise under our "Exclusions" the National Park Entry fee is required. We apologize for the miscommunication.
The National Park was lovely, but I didn't get the back country vehicle option as we stayed in a coach the entire time. My guide had very little english and I had to rely on a passenger to translate most of it for me. We wasted so much time waiting around for those who picked the train ride. I could have save money and taken a taxi to the park and walked around myself.
The train was expensive and the cost on this website does not include the mandatory park entrance fee that must be paid in cash at the train station. The ride was unimpressive, very difficult to hear the audio. Recommend skipping the train, rent a car and enter the National park on your own. Also, book a trip to walk with the penguins - kids loved it.