Ushuaia: Natives & Whalers OL
- 20 US dollars$20
Tierra del Fuego Island was first spotted by Magellan in 1520, but it wasn’t until the mid 1800s when missionaries and whalers got interested in this part of the world. Do you know why? Did you know whale oil was very important in the 1800s? Do you know where the British got theirs? The southern part of the island was inhabited by a group of natives who lived in a very strange way…would you like to know more? Join this tour and find out how life was for the natives and how it changed with the arrival of missionaries and sailors. Get social and ask a question!
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