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Are you ready to go to the End of the World? Stunning views of snow-capped mountain peaks await you in Ushuaia, located on the southernmost tip of South America. This small coastal town sits between the Martial Mountains and the Beagle Channel and is a popular embarkation point for Antarctic cruises. Visit some of Ushuaia's popular attractions, including Les Éclaireurs Lighthouse, Tierra del Fuego National Park, Lapataia Bay, and the Museo del Fin del Mundo. Snap a picture at the End of the World Sign, or sail to nearby Isla Martillo to catch a glimpse of the local wildlife, including penguin colonies, seals, and orcas.

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Canal del Beagle
Ushuaia lies upon the glittering waters of Beagle Channel, a strait crossing through the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago at the tip of South America. Named after HMS Beagle, the ship famous for carrying Charles Darwin to the Galapagos Islands, the Beagle Channel is a popular waterway for many Antarctic and South American cruises.

Isla Martillo
Head to Isla Martillo, located east of Ushuaia in the Beagle Channel, to walk amongst the penguins. Large colonies of Magellanic and Gentoo penguins traipse along the rocky shores of this remote, windswept island they call home.