While the most common route is by air, available infrastructure allows the arrival of boats of all sizes, with more complications can also be reached by road, with a ferry crossing.
By air: flights almost always come from Buenos Aires, companies that come to the island are Aerolineas Argentinas, LADE and LAN Chile flight frequencies vary by season.
The island has two International Airports: International Airport of Rio Grande and the Ushuiaia called "Malvinas Argentinas". The estimated flight time from Buenos Aires is approximately 3 hours 30 minutes (direct flight) and up to 6 hours if with scales.
By sea: there are currently no companies carrying passengers to Tierra del Fuego, unless they are tourist cruises that depart from various ports around the world, make a stop in Buenos Aires and offer organized tours with stops such as Mar del Plata , Puerto Madryn and Puerto Argentino (Islas Malvinas). Although less frequent, sometimes even the port of Ushuaia Antarctic ships with passengers who boarded at another port and, after visiting Antarctic land in Tierra del Fuego.
By land: the land route is a good option making the trip from north to south through the Ruta Nacional N º 3 (completely paved in the island).
Roadways are two from the West, from Punta Arenas (Chile) or from the North, from Rio Gallegos (Santa Cruz Province, Argentina). In all cases crosses at least one border and the Strait of Magellan.