My husband and I travelled to Ushuaia from our home in Buenos Aires and wanted to see as much as possible in the two days that we would be there. We were staying at the Arakur and were picked up there. We stopped at a couple of other hotels to pick up other travelers. Then off to the train station. The guide was wonderful, speaking Spanish and English. We speak both languages, but I am most comfortable in English. The train station was really fun. It had a tiny, but very busy gift shop. The train ride was delightful, stopping at one location for the passengers to take photos, view the area, and hike up the hill for a better view. There was plenty of information along the way, given in several languages, by the recorded guide. At the end of the train ride, we again boarded our bus for further travel up through the mountains and to a lake. We had time to photograph the lake and the area. We stopped for a time at a park information building where we were able to purchase food, buy gifts in the gift shop, look at a display about the park, and take more photos. We then drove to the end of Route 3 where we were able to hike a little and take more photos. In the end, we were returned to downtown Ushuaia. It was all really fun, and completely worth the cost.
The only difficult thing that happened was that several of the tourists were late in returning to the bus at each stop, delaying the trip from continuing, and ultimately cutting short our last stop.
The bus driver was amazing, and the guide was very good. I would recommend this trip to everyone.
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