Parque Yatana is the last stand of native forest left in Ushuaia. The forest, whose name in Yaghan means âweave,â is a space for the indigenous to practice their crafts, which are shown at the art center in the park and the hiking trails in the woods. Every year this community celebrates the longest night (June 20 - 21) with songs, drumming, storytelling and other activities.
25 de Mayo y Magallanes
Other Activity Types:
Culture center, National park (flora), Local art and craft store
Artist MÃ³nica Alvarado has her own website: www.monicaalvarado.com.ar. The art center also has classes.
Argentines $3, foreigners $6, children under 12 free.
Relative price: Budget
Open Hours from:Tuesday - Saturday 3 p.m.
Open Hours to:Tuesday - Saturday 3 8 p.m.
Travel Skills: None
Hike in Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego, on other trails closer to the city or to Glaciar Martial. Take the Tren al Fin del Mundo to the national park. Visit the museums or catch an event at one of the many cultural centers. Go out to Estancia Harberton or cruise the Beagle Channel.
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