Again, another tick on our to-do list: Tierra del Fuego and the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia. After a 12-hour journey including a very funny border control, we sat on a ferry across the Strait of Magellan to Tierra del Fuego. During the crossing we even saw Commerson-Dolphins.
on Tierra del Fuego – The southernmost city in the World
Fortunately, close by there was a penguin colony, so finally our heavy telephoto lens paid off once again. The Penguin women were just at sea searching for food, while the guys paying attention to the egg. More or less.
Finally, the National Park “Tierra del Fuego” was still waiting for us, which we explored during a two-day visit. We found a rich flora and fauna, although, after our Torres del Paine trip we were already pretty spoiled 🙂
Then it was time to go, as my New Zealand visa had to be soon taken up and so we went on a three-day travel marathon on to Punta Arenas, Puerto Montt, Santiago, Talca, Santiago, Buenos Aires, and ultimately to our next major goal, Auckland, New Zealand …