This exciting activity begins with a hotel pick-up around 5:30 p.m. Once at the site, participants will enjoy low-difficulty trekking using snowshoes over a frozen peat swamp. Throughout the tour, a guide will accompany you, providing information about the landscape, flora and fauna that you will see. Next, a snowmobile ride will take place, for which no previous experience is necessary, since the guide will give precise instructions. If someone does not wish to drive, the team will take them. Each motorcycle will carry two people and, halfway through the circuit, there will be a change of driver. After the activities, participants will be welcomed in a cozy restaurant with a delicious buffet of pastas and unlimited drinks, and then enjoy a delicious dessert. Finally, the activity will conclude with the return to the city of Ushuaia, where each one will be dropped off at their respective accommodation.
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Excursion operated by TOLKEYEN PATAGONIA TURISMO SA | Lic. EVyT.: File No. 11938 – Ushuaia – Tierra del Fuego
When visiting Ushuaia, known for its unpredictable weather and experiencing all four seasons in a single day, it is crucial to pack the right clothing. Dressing in layers is key to adapting to changing temperatures. Below, we will give you tips on how to prepare for the extreme cold and enjoy your trip to the End of the World. Winter in Ushuaia: Winter in Ushuaia is cold and can reach minimum temperatures of up to -3°C. It is recommended to wear thermal garments under clothing to maintain body heat. It is also essential to bring wool or fleece coats to protect yourself from the icy wind. Make sure you have warm gloves, scarves, and hats to protect your hands, neck, and head from the bitter cold. Waterproof footwear with good grip is essential for walking on snowy or wet surfaces. Also, don't forget to wear sunscreen and sunglasses to protect yourself from sunburn caused by the reflection of UV rays off the snow.