You can see the wild interior in two ways: either as the future of tourism or as nowhereland itself. For adventurers and anglers, it has its intrigue. South of Cameron, access to Chilean Tierra del Fuego once petered out into stark, roadless wilderness and the rugged Cordillera Darwin. With the Ministry of Public Works now working hard to create access to these southern points, there will eventually be a link to Ushuaia via Lago Fagnano. In the future the same road will continue to provide access to Parque Nacional Yendegaia.
Located south of Bahía Inútil (the Useless Bay), the region of Timaukel occupies the southern section of Chilean Tierra del Fuego. Attractions here include exclusive fishing lodges on the cherished fly-fishing getaway Lago Blanco and Parque Natural Karukinka.
Few roads lead into this region, with even less public transportation.