Beautiful Rivers near Beagle Channel, Argentina
There’s nothing better than taking pictures of the beautiful rivers near Beagle Channel, Argentina.
The reason I put Argentina because we were flying in the Argentina side of Beagle Channel. We chartered the plane from Ushuaia, Argentina with Aero Club Ushuaia.
Some facts of Beagle Channel:
Beagle Channel is about 240 kilometres (130 nmi; 150 mi) long and is about 5 kilometres (3 nmi; 3 mi) wide at its narrowest point. To the west the Darwin Sound connects it to the Pacific Ocean. The biggest settlement on the channel is Ushuaia in Argentina followed by Puerto Williams in Chile, two of the southernmost settlements of the world. – Wikipedia.org
Beagle Channel is also notorious for wrecking many ships throughout the years. Named after the ship HMS Beagle, the channel is one of the important routes used by the Antarctica cruises to Antarctica.