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Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

Nothing much to see in the ranch besides whale museum and whale bones. The drive was what was amazing. We did not have 4 by 4 and drove over 30km on a very bumpy dirt road. Wind swept landscape and streams-amazing.
We recommend the drive to the ranch but do not bother paying the admission fee to enter the Estancia.
Many places to picnic along the way.
The cut off to the dirt road was hard to find-it is exactly 32km from the Ushuaia check point-then you go down an unmarked, steep, narrow dirt road (right turn when you reach 32km mark) and drive to the end.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Joseph L
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

Gorgeous little piece of history. So glad we were able to visit this little gem as part of our walking with the penguins tour. The most beautifully stunning scenery. And the way the place has been preserved is just fantastic. Although we did not stay overnight you can arrange to do that. Just lively.

Stayed: February 2018
Thank Kezbil
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

A very interesting story besind Harberton. We had a very good guided tour through the place where the guide in a good way and with a good senge of humor understod how to male it aflive for us. We recommend a visit very much. Harberton is NOT a hotel, it's one of the forstå settlements in this area.

Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Henning Buur M
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Reviewed 18 January 2016

We spent a very happy New Year and more at this lovely old estancia. We loved the quaint Foreman's hostel, where we could do our own cooking (you can also at the restaurant) ans sit by the log stove. The quay is busy in the day time because of the groups who come to do the penguin trip - but its really quiet in the evenings. What really make it are the staff - Juani and his colleagues could not have done more to make us welcome. This is not a luxury hotel - but if you like character and history, its a wonderful place to stay.

  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled with friends
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2  Thank phillyh2016
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Reviewed 15 December 2015

Tommy Goodall, in his farmer trousers, told us his adventures sailing to Antarctica, flying his Cessna or opening the first road in Tierra del Fuego, while sharing some home made rhubarb cake at the Estancia.
Abby, 5th generation, added some coloured stories while the young guide showed us the shearing shed, and the hand made boats.
I had a chance to walk from Ushuaia trekking by the sea (4 days)(3 times) and crossing the Lucas Bridges trail (twice)(once 4 days trekking, once 2 days) over the years. Always Harberton was a highlight, including the warmth of the Goodall family.
Reading some books (e.g. The Uttermost Part of the Earth) positively leveraged the visit.
This time we rented a car, but the mixed sea+land excursion is recommended.
Take your time, spend the night there. Few places on Earth are genuine like Harberton.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled with friends
2  Thank Mike K
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