Alto Andino Hotel

Gobernador Paz 868, Ushuaia, 9410, Argentina
Alto Andino Hotel
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Flights not landing in Ushuaia (Ar. Argentina) - Rio Grande to Ushuaia transportation?

by nomad7890

The Aerolineas Argentinas site states that flights are not landing in Ushuaia until a radio navigation system is restored. It was just posted Jan. 6th. Flights will land in Rio Grande - 3-4 hours away

I need to purchase a ticket from BA to Ushuaia ...

Does anyone have any information:

... Any idea how long this will take to resolve?

... How are the transportation options - I have seen several bus companies that go from Rio Grande to Ushuaia - does anyone have any experience with these buses - safe for a woman alone to ride? Reliable?

I am hoping they fly back to the right airport soon! - I will be traveling early March.

Re: Flights not landing in Ushuaia (Ar. Argentina) - Rio Grande to Ushuaia transportation?

by cgf

do you think that from Jan. 6th till March they would not do something in the middle? beside all is high season.
anyway, it seems that yesterday (01/08/2009) all five flights from Aeroparque, 4 aerolineas and 1 Lan, have took off (as well the four of aerolineas from ezeiza)

Re: Flights not landing in Ushuaia (Ar. Argentina) - Rio Grande to Ushuaia transportation?

by hmoitta

I suppose when you buy a ticket and by some reason the airport is closed the airline must provide transport to the right city, it hapenned to me once in Paris due to AirFrance strike, we took the plane in Brussels.

Travel Tips for Ushuaia

Tierra del Fuego

by tini58de

Ushuaia has many beautiful places in its surroundings: the Lapataia Bay, the Beagle Channel with its islands, the Estancia Harberton and the National Park Tierra del Fuego, to which you can take a train of narrow trail that leaves from the station "Fin del Mundo" (end of the world). We took a short trip to the National Park and really enjoyed it!

Windy and rainy

by andal13

Winter in Ushuaia is really cold (-10, -20ºC); summertime is warmer, but temperature rarely exceed 20ºC, the wind is permanent and usually rains, so bring a good waterproof jacket; trekking boots or sport shoes are necessary too.

El invierno en Ushuaia es realmente frío (-10, -20ºC); el verano es más cálido, pero la temperatura raramente excede los 20ºC, el viento es permanente y llueve habitualmente, así que empaquen una buena campera a prueba de agua; botas de trekking o zapatos deportivos son necesarios también. Do not forget the sun block! I am not kidding; sun is quite dangerous at these latitudes.

No olviden el protector solar; no estoy bromeando, el sol es bastante peligroso en estas latitudes.

Cabo San Pablo

by cadiana88

Cabo San Pablo (St Paul Cape) is a lonely place in the shoreline of the Tierra del Fuego island, on the Atlantic Ocean. You arrive there after 40 kilometers of a local way, that flows among some ranches ("estancias") and a lot of nature and wild life. In the Cape there's a ship, named Anaconda, that rests on the beach.


by Sharrie

GYPSY COVE in the Falkland Islands is one of the 2 Coves offered to "cruisers" for penguins watching. I only saw Megallenic penguins here & the distance is not too close either.

If you are offered a choice & want to view the King penguins, I suggest you take the Lagoon Bluff Cove tour which is more expensive but more worthwhile. You'll have a very close encounter with the "Kings" on this 4W drive tour!

In the harbour...

by venteeocho about Volver

A Good Choice

No sooner do you come in than you will feel the cozyness and personality of the place. Lino Adillion, owner and cook, prints all his passion for Ushuaia in his restaurant: Volver. He has been residing there for more than 20 years and the doors of Volver have been opened for more than 17 years now. When he started, he did not have a clue about cooking, but he began to hang about with both well-known and anonymous great masters. He learnt the craft with old Félix, a German who was in charge of the Elvira restaurant and the first cook in the city, and even with Gato Dumas or Francis Mallman, for whom he organized several cooking programs. Lino was a greedy apprentice and he still is. “I have my masters in Punta Arenas, Lucho and Lilian, and I help them whenever there is a big event”, Lino confesses as we make a toast with a pisco sour. That night, he invited us with some of his specialties, a mixture of experience and his own inventive. We skipped the oyster appetizer and tasted a Beagle trilogy: big ravioli stuffed with spider crab, black hake and trout, accompanied with a soft sauce. Those who do not prefer sea fruit may taste the tenderloin in plum sauce with a side dish. After these dishes, Lino prepared ice-cream with tabasco sauce and a touch of pepper, an intense dessert with strong character, ideal to complete a delicious dinner.

For those who are willing to experience the gastronomy of these latitudes, Volver is the right choice.


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