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Hostería Kaikén

Hostería Kaikén

23 mi from Estancia Harberton
    3.0 out of 5.0

    Situated on the waterfront, this lodge is in the same region as Estancia Harberton and Martillo Island Penguin Colony.

    Hostería Kaikén$126

    Hostería Kaikén$126
    Altos de Tolhuin

    Altos de Tolhuin

    25 mi from Estancia Harberton
      3.5 out of 5.0

      Situated on a lake, this cabin is within a 15-minute walk of Fagnano Lake and Laguna Negra. Iglesia de Tolhuin is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) away.

      Altos de Tolhuin$139

      Altos de Tolhuin$139

      Estancia Harberton Hotel Guide

      Dive into the animal world at Estancia Harberton, where you will be moved by the creatures you encounter.

      Getting there is quite the adventure, as it's 1,450 mile from the nation's capital, Buenos Aires, in an area known as Ushuaia.

      Places to stay are very limited in the area near Estancia Harberton, but there are roughly 4 possibilities within 60 miles. The Lodge Lakutaia and Kauyeken are some of the more popular ones.

      Other Places to Visit near Estancia Harberton

      You need not travel very far from Estancia Harberton to find other things to see and do in this area:

      • Peruse the interesting exhibits at Acatushun Museum.
      • If you've ticked everything off your list of things to see and do on the mainland, why not shoot over the water to Martillo Island Penguin Colony?
      • Parque Etnobotanico Omora is a significant location that is under special care.
      • Spend time at the fascinating Museo Martín Gusinde and explore the range of artifacts and the people of long ago that used them
      • Understand how local shipping functions in the area. Puerto Williams Dock has plenty of ships and imposing cranes to keep you captivated.