Tolhuin is a town and municipality in the province of Tierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands, Argentina, which has just over 10,000 inhabitants. Its name comes from the Tol-wen voice in the Selk’nam language and means ‘heart’.

It is located on National Route 3, being the only population between the cities of Ushuaia (111 km to the south) and Río Grande (105 km to the north). The town rests on the eastern head of Lake Fagnano. It is a region of Andean Patagonian forest landscapes and glacial lakes. Tourism is a predominant factor in its economy.

Who’s in for some days in Tolhuin? We’re sure we need a week here. And you?

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