Hosteria Bella Vista

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Cabo de Hornos 4018, Ushuaia, Province of Tierra del Fuego, V9410FWF, Argentina
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the "train at the end of the world"the "train at the end of the world"

Forum Posts

question about flights - BA to Ushuaia

by juliacoreyburns

hi all...

i am planning to start my SA trip in BA for a few days and then fly to Ushuaia to begin trekking... i was hoping to fly on sunday 11/30... i searched on Aerolineas Argentinas and found tickets for $302 (one way) on that day and the same before or after...then i searched LAN and found the ticket was around $500...

is there anywhere else i should check??...is this the average price?? ... i guess i was expecting it to be a bit less than $300...

any advice would be really appreciated!!!... thanks so much!!!

julia

Re: question about flights - BA to Ushuaia

by vtveen

First of all I found (today) a fare of USD 173 for a LAN flight. (Aerolineas indeed around USD 300).

But I don't know if you intend flying more during your trip. If yes I recommend looking at the airpasses both companies offer.

LAN has a 'South America Airpass' for travellers reaching South America with LAN or an other OneWorld airline: http://www.lan.com/promociones/data/norteamerica/us/todo_el_mundo/saairpass_preg.html

(There is also a One World South American Air Pass, sometimes with better deals than LAN:
http://www.oneworld.com/ow/air-travel-options/single-continent-fares/visit-south-america)

Aerolineas Argentinas has 'Visit Argentina' fares for foreigners:
http://www.aerolineas.com.ar/ar/index_en.asp?pais=us&idi=en&secc=4&subs=6&id=166#CuadroTarifario

happy travels
Jaap

Re: question about flights - BA to Ushuaia

by juliacoreyburns

hi Jaap...

thanks for the quick reply...yes, i know about the passes, but since i am really only planning to take this one flight- and the rest buses, i dont think it is worth it...

can i ask where you found the LAN ticket for $170 ?!?... let me know... thanks!!!

Re: question about flights - BA to Ushuaia

by vtveen

Just on the LAN website:
http://plane.lan.com/index-en-un.html

Travel Tips for Ushuaia

Sunshine, sea & mountain

by Sharrie

At this point in time, I clearly had no idea how I was to spend at least 8 hours in a small town like Ushuaia. I found out how small it is later...

In the mean time, I was enjoying my slow walk to the center & was just curious about the environment. When you have no idea what's out there, the adventurous spirit takes over & you just go with the flow. In that way, you enjoy surprises if there is any, if not you'll still be quite excited as you've no idea what's out there!

Soon I came across this view & I decided to go in search of my ship! Explorer II has to be in the port by now!

Trekking and Hiking

by Graxie

Alone or in company of a guide, will find the possibility to discover through this activity, a Land of the different Fire: marches that combine you disturb them, dense forests and ascents to impressive viewpoints. It is possible to organize walks for all the degrees of demand, apt from circuits to carry out in family to crossings of several days for the most adventurous. A variant one more is the one that permits to combine different disciplines inside the National Park or to travel through the system of valleys in chain beyond the mounts Martial, sprinkled of gaps and flanked by imposing mountains and glacial Though the ideal epoch to carry out these walks is in spring and summer, during the winter they adapt the circuits and the necessary team is modified: they add the racquets for snow, that are placed in the footwear to be displaced in irregular lands covers by the snow. Besides, them they traveled through they are but short, since in winter epoch the hours light are reduced.

History

by kyoub

Anyone interested in the history of the islands Indian inhabitants and their extinction will want to visit Estancia Harberton, 85 km east of Ushuaia. It can be reached by land or by sea.
It was established in 1887 by Thomas and Mary Bridges, the first white missionaries to settle there.
You are taken on a tour of the building and the English gardens ending at the tea shop for snacks.

Adrien de Gerlache

by globetrott

Adrien Victor Joseph de Gerlache (1866-1934) was a lieutenant in the Royal Belgian Navy and in 1898 he was sailing into Antarctica on the ship Belgica. You will see his monument opposite of the "museum of the end of the world"
Adrien de Gerlache was the first to winter-over in Antarctica (1897-1899)
In case that you plan to go to Antarctica,
the best time to do so is between November and March
here are some links for you:
www.antarktis-expeditionen.de
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www.polarreisen.de

A destination or just part of a journey?

by Sharrie

To many N. & S. Americans, USHUAIA is a destination in itself.
To me, I haven't even heard of it until just before I made plans to go to Antarctica. This is where my ship will depart for Antarctica, as with most ships heading that way.

So, I've to make it to Ushuaia in order to get to my destination. It wasn't easy though.
First, I need to get a visa to Argentina.
& To do that, I've to fly to Jakarta! It was a "messy" process. You feel like as if you are entering Russia! Lots of paperwork & waiting.
Anyhow, the entire story is on my Antarctica page.

Finally, I managed to get the visa but found out the airfare from the net & the agents outside Argentina are horrendous! Something like US$600 for a 3 hour flight!
Luckily for me, Nefi here on VT responded to my forum question & managed to reduce it down to US$200++.

So, I made it to Ushuaia. It was a long way from where I'm. After changing flights in Tokyo, L.A., Houston, Miami, Buenos Aires, that is ;-)
Amazing how much I've to go through to get here.
The unfolding of a destiny... more to come later :-)

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