ubicación Estancia Moat

The Isla Grande of Tierra del Fuego is located in the Southern End of America. It is separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan. It extends from latitude 52° 30’ S to the Cabo San Pio (over 55°).

The limits of the island are: South, the Beagle and Moat Channels and East and West, the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The archipelago of Tierra del Fuego is shared by Argentina and Chile.The Eastern area of the archipelago forms the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego. Its capital, Ushuaia, is a small but thriving and sophisticated city, worldly known for being “the southernmost city in the world”.



The Beagle Channel runs in an East - West direction for about 250 km. It is one of the two Southern passages between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Over the last years, it has become an important touristic and recreational destination, based on the beauty of its landscapes, and on the richness and excellent level of conservation of its wildlife and its cultural heritage.

These activities are based and managed from the city of Ushuaia and the small town of Puerto Almanza, a fishermen's village and one of Argentina’s youngest towns.


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