We are extending EcoCamp Patagonia’s season giving trekkers a chance to make the most of Torres del Paine before the season’s close. We were lucky enough to be completely unscathed by the fire which swept through the western sector of the park in late December and we are operating at full capacity with just minor changes to our multi-day treks and Wildlife Safari.
Our most popular and luxurious domes, with heating, private bathrooms, and the best views The Suite Domes at EcoCamp Patagonia offer travelers the perfect combination of immersion in nature and rustic luxury, providing the highest levels of comfort and quality, with the pure Patagonian wilderness just steps away outside your door. Eco-friendly luxury […]
UPDATE MAY 2012: Our temporary itineraries are no longer in use we have reverted back to our original itineraries, effective from the start of the 2012-13 season.
CONNECT WITH NATURE IN ONE OF THE LAST PURE WILDERNESSES ON EARTH: ARGENTINE PATAGONIA Complement your stay at EcoCamp Patagonia and experience Patagonia all at once! Across the border from Chile awaits another world of rock, ice, and water: Argentine Patagonia. The same forces of nature that shaped Torres del Paine have created even more […]
TORRES DEL PAINE’S ULTIMATE ADVENTURER’S CHALLENGE – DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES? Experience one of the most beautiful and intense treks on Earth: the Paine Trek! Circle the immense Paine Massif for nine days of epic views and endurance, all led by our expert guides who help escort you on this unbelievable adventure through […]
EcoCamp Patagonia welcomed its first guests this morning following the official partial reopening of Torres del Paine National Park. Guests who had spent the night in Puerto Natales eagerly awaiting their park entry were driven to EcoCamp early this morning to start their Wildlife Safari program or ‘W’ trek. The tourism sub-secretary and regional […]
Lose yourself amongst the breathtaking vistas and fascinating cultural landscape of one of the world’s most intriguing islands. Choose from a variety of daily activities to tailor your trip to your personal interests, ranging from nature walks and hikes to cultural and historical outings to learn more about the Moai statues and the ancient inhabitants of Rapa Nui.
We are very happy to announce that the fire in Torres del Paine National Park, which has affected over 12,000 hectares in the park’s south-western sector, is currently under control. This means that the fire is no longer expanding and that the almost 800 firefighters working to control the blaze have the focal points under […]