At the end of the world, you don’t have to wait for winter to officially start. At the beginning of June, the first big snowfalls usually appear. Are you wondering what to do in Ushuaia in June? Keep reading and find out!
Why in June?
Coming to Ushuaia in June is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of and we are going to tell you why. People who travel at this time of year seek winter sports and outdoor activities in contact with the snow. Why choose June? In principle, it is the moment when it begins to snow and the landscape changes completely. Second, it is low season . Prices are steady, not many people yet. Finally, most of the activities are now available for the enjoyment of visitors … and the conditions are unbeatable!
To know the lakes is to enter the very heart of the island of Tierra del Fuego. The natural beauty of its roads, located in the middle of the majesty of the Fuegian Andes, makes the beginning of this journey an unforgettable experience. The first stop is at a winter resort with a sled dog kennel. Then we continue to the Paso Garibaldi viewpoint, crossing peat valleys, small glaciers and ski centers. Finally, you return to the winter center to enjoy a delicious lunch and recharge your batteries to return to the city.
Tierra del Fuego National Park
Like everything in Ushuaia, it is not necessary to reach the destination: the road itself is beautiful and enriching. It includes a panoramic stop at the Equestrian Club, from where you can see the coast of the Beagle Channel, the Ushuaia peninsula and the famous Bridges and Les Éclaireurs archipelagos. Then, crossing the Pipo River, you arrive at the End of the World Station, where you can board the famous and unique End of the World Train. Finally, you enter the Tierra del Fuego National Park, an area reserved for the protection of the Subantarctic Forest, native flora and fauna. The tour of its walkways, the sighting of native species and the visit to Lake Acigami are unmissable experiences on your next trip.
Why do we always recommend this excursion? The answer is simple. Because it is a must! And you cannot leave Ushuaia without looking at the city from the other side of the sea. At this time of year, the snow-capped Fuegian Andes offer a sight worth keeping on your retina. The island of the wolves, in turn, surprises with a large population of these friendly aquatic mammals. And to that we add the mystique of the proximity to Les Éclaireurs lighthouse. A postcard worth living!
Now you know what to do in Ushuaia in June. We will wait for you!