What was once the Siberia of Argentina today teaches us that making homeland is much more than raising a flag.
Ushuaia and its bay at the Beagle Channel, its snow-capped mountains and almost urban glaciers is one of the most special cities in the world.
Here coexist the southernmost Sky Center and close to the level of the Sea of the World with the history of its native people who crossed with Darwin and Saint Exupéry. Millenarian forests and peat valleys converge with the icebreakers that go to the last continent of the globe.
We seek to identify ourselves with the place and its nature, spend time to see the early dawn of these latitudes and reach the confines of the dreams of the English settlers who made Argentina their homeland before us and who crossed paths with the Yámanas, owners of this paradise with its unique rituals and its connection with the most inhospitable land in Argentina.
Ushuaia or Bahía that faces west is also the place where the chocolates sent by the children of all the schools of the country to the teenage soldiers who were sent to the stupidest war our country ever had, here there is memory and pain still, everything makes up a city that has much more to share than penguins and snow.
Let's discover the End of the World and make it the Beginning of Everything.