Category: Overflight in Ushuaia

Overflight in Ushuaia: a unique experience at the end of the world
Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, is a popular tourist destination for its natural landscapes, history and culture. But it is also an ideal destination for adrenaline lovers.
Heliushuaia offers a wide variety of helicopter flights so that tourists can enjoy the wonders of Tierra del Fuego from above.
To do
Heliushuaia helicopter flights offer a unique opportunity to see the landscapes of Tierra del Fuego from a different perspective. Passengers can enjoy panoramic views of Tierra del Fuego National Park, the Beagle Channel, Mount Olivia and other emblematic places in the region.
What to see
Heliushuaia helicopter flights offer views of the following locations:

Tierra del Fuego National Park: the largest park in Argentina, with a wide variety of landscapes, from lenga and coihue forests to mountains, lakes and rivers.
Beagle Channel: a narrow channel that separates the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego from the Island of the States.
Monte Olivia: the highest mountain in Tierra del Fuego, with an altitude of 2,139 meters.
Lapataia Bay: the entrance to Tierra del Fuego National Park.
Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse: a historic lighthouse located at the entrance to the Beagle Channel.
Acigami Lake former Roca Lake: a glacial lake located inside the park.


Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. The helicopter flight can be a bit bumpy.
Bring a camera to capture the stunning views.
Don’t forget your action camera to record the flight.