This remote place is also known as 'the end of the world'

Destinations like Iceland and Patagonia have a very specific sort of appeal. 

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It's so remote and so untouched that travellers flock there to experience something completely unique.

Currently on our radar, the world's southern-most city, Ushuaia is located on the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in Argentina. Nestled in between the almost magical snow-capped Andean mountains and the shores of the Beagle Channel, it's a very worthwhile three-hour flight from Buenos Aires.   

It's a port town in Argentina and the gateway to Antartica.

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But why go here? First of all, it's a quiet place with nature in abundance. And you can experience the arrival of migrating penguins, or take dog-sled rides through the Valley of Wolves, according to Vogue.

Remote but not isolated, CNN reports that the city has a lot to offer tourists in terms of activities.

Indulge in a hike or a kayak ride, splurge on a helicopter ride of the area or do a laid-back nature tour in a safari-style truck. And if you don't like roughing it, you can always choose from the many luxe accommodation and fine-dining options the city has to offer. 

Or you can just sit here and take in the views. 

Laguna Esmeralda Ushuaia

Laguna Esmeralda Ushuaia

(Both are shots of Laguna Esmeralda lake in Tierra del Fuegohe, PHOTO: iStock) 

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