Central and Northern Tierra del Fuego contain a mix of Chilean and Argentine territory, and some of the most beautiful landscapes in the region. The large Magallanes province, belonging to Chile, is one; it is home to towering, stunning granite formations in the Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, as well as to the huge, diverse city of Puerto Arenas, which provides easy access to several nearby nature reserves (including penguin colonies). Another city that deserves a visit, particularly if you're a fan of fishing, is Argentina's RÃo Grande, known as the fly-fishing capital of the country. Its exclusive lodges having been graced by a number of famous faces who had hopes of snatching an enormous sea-run trout. No matter whose territory you decide to explore, this part of Tierra del Fuego should not be missed.