This is the southernmost city in the whole of Argentina, being the lowest city the weather around is very unstable. The summers are too hot and the winters are too cold. The city came to be known popularly because of the former prison the city hosted which could capture over 3000 prisoners in one time. The city in winters is also said to have some fabulous glaciers to look at and summers here are known to be immensely pleasant to take in the city’s attractions of your list under traveling. The wildlife of the city is popular and uncanny. You can spot every species from koalas, penguins, dolphins to giraffes. Here are some of my recommendations.
Cruising the Beagle Channel
The Beagle channel is wildly known as the end of the world link. The horizon on the beagle channel seems to be never meeting. The folks of the city believe that every cruise or ship or a boat that has crossed the horizon to the point nobody can actually spot them in the waters is when they never return. But then this is just some tale, personally, it is all fun and crazy to listen to their stories, but I don’t actually believe it. Alongside your cruising experience, you can also spot the majestic dolphins and the penguins along the coastline. It is a must visiting experience.
Cerro Castor Sea Resort
This is the only famous resort all around Ushuaia; the resort in itself is like a complete place to visit. You will never get tired of staying in this resort. It has so much to offer from ice sports to steams, baths and spas. The topmost floor of the ski resort offers you a hot bath with one wall completely changed into a glass wall, giving you the complete view of snow covered city along with the most relaxing hot steams. The ice skating rink is at the foot of the ski resort, where you can go using a cable car or a snowmobile. The experience is one of its kinds.