Ushuaia is located at the bottom of Argentina and its population of 60,000 can lay claim to living in the world’s southernmost city. Its location in the Tierra del Fuego region beneath the peaks of Montes Martial make it popular destination for hikers.
It’s compact size and tourist friendly amenities keep it on the backpacker trail. And being directly opposite the infamous Drake Passage makes it the starting point for the majority of Antarctica-bound cruises, attracting travellers such as myself.
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