Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica
and South Atlantic Islands

It is known as the province
of the end of the world.

Only a thousand kilometers from Antarctica, it keeps countless secrets for those who love nature, diving, navigating, snow sports and bird and wildlife watching.

Tierra del Fuego National Park, the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia, Río Grande, Tolhuin and Antarctica are the best known and most visited destinations.

Ushuaia is the capital of the province and stands in front of the Beagle Channel. Its streets, architecture and museums hold stories and tales of indigenous peoples, the Anglican missions and the penitentiary colonization at the beginning of the 20th century.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Patagonian Region

Capital

Ushuaia

Average annual temperature

7°C

Population

152,317 inhabitants

Administrative division

3 municipalities. The main cities are Ushuaia, Río Grande and Tolhuin

River Regime

200 to 500 mm per year

Surface area

21,571 km²

Climate

Subpolar

Relief

Patagonian steppe, Cordillera

Why invest in Tierra del Fuego?

Strategical
proposal

We show you tourist attractions, strategic connectivity, opportunity territories and associated destinations with potential to invest.

Featured
information

Learn about the reasons to invest in Tierra del Fuego, its potential for tourism and main opportunity territories and activities.

Legal framework
and incentives

Learn about current legislation and the incentives offered by Tierra del Fuego.

Interactive
map

Analyze the opportunities in each territory with information on tourist attractions, connectivity, tourist activity and infrastructure.

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