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Paso Garibaldi, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, ARGENTINA

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After 2 weeks of driving from Buenos Aires, daily scenery of Patagonia, its time to reach the Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. Going to Ushuaia from Rio Gallegos must bypass Chile. Weird but true. After the hassle of checking in and out of Chile and back to Argentina again, we drove towards south to our most important destination, Ushuaia.

Again, we were treated by breathtaking scenery of Argentina. Before arriving Ushuaia, we stopped at Paso Garibaldi.

Around the area lies the sharp peaks of the Sierra Valdivieso and Sierra Alvear. Some say this is the end of the Andes mountains and the Patagonia. Well, the valley to me was breathtaking. The place very windy and chilly. This picture was taken on the late evening and it was raining so the picture is a bit dull.

This was me at Paso Garibaldi wrapped up like a Michelin man. The weather was freaking cold. Less 10 degree celsius, it really too cold for summer.

This are the 2 Malaysian cars we had been traveling around Argentina. We have 4 Malaysian cars and 1 Australian car during this expedition. The group consists of 13-16 person as they were people in and out during the expedition. It was an amazing expedition so far, awesome.

For more information of this expedition and more upcoming expedition, please visit 4x4worldexplorer.com. 4x4worldexplorer.com has been traveling most part of the world. Please do check out their upcoming Amazon expedition.

More Argentinian posts will be coming! Thanks for reading!

4 thoughts on “Paso Garibaldi, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, ARGENTINA

  1. The scenery indeed looks lovely. And it looked like you had fun the whole time despite the cold. How in the world do you pronounce Ushuaia? LOL! Wishing I could be on such expeditions. Something out of the ordinary instead of office and staring in front of a computer all the time.
    .-= James´s last blog ..Xylitol =-.

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