EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales – Vive la Patagonia

At EcoCamp, we meet exceptional travelers every day, hikers who have made their way to these far-flung southern lands in the name of exploration. 

But what's it like to visit Torres del Paine for the first time? To find out, we turned to some of the best: our guests.

Travelers' Tales are stories told by our guests, verbatim, about their experience in Torres del Paine alongside other hikers in the wilds of Chilean Patagonia. This week, two Chilean actors explore Patagonia with us and share what struck them about living more simply.

EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales – A Place for Change

At EcoCamp, we meet exceptional travelers every day, hikers who have made their way to these far-flung southern lands in the name of exploration. 

But what's it like to visit Torres del Paine for the first time? To find out, we turned to some of the best: our guests.

Travelers' Tales are stories told by our guests, verbatim, about their experience alongside other hikers in the wilds of Chilean Patagonia. This week, we explore why human relationships go hand in hand with spine-tingling nature to weave a memorable Torres del Paine trekking experience.

EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales – In the Footsteps of the Puma

At EcoCamp, we meet exceptional travelers every day, hikers who have made their way to these far-flung southern lands in the name of exploration. 

But what's it like to visit Torres del Paine for the first time? To find out, we turned to some of the best: our guests.

Travelers' Tales are stories told by our guests, verbatim, about their experience in Torres del Paine alongside other hikers in the wilds of Chilean Patagonia. This week, grab a cuppa and hear about what it's like to track the elusive Patagonian puma.

EcoCamp Patagonia Travelers’ Tales – Into Patagonia’s Vastness

What's it like to visit Torres del Paine? We wanted to know, and so turned to some of the best: our guests. Travelers' Tales are stories told by our guests, verbatim, about their experience in Torres del Paine alongside other hikers in the wilds of Chilean Patagonia. This week, we're proud to share two travelers' […]

Cascada and EcoCamp team is safe and sound in Chile!

All Chile’s major tourism destinations are operating normally, according to a preliminary assessment made by the Undersecretary of Tourism in conjunction with the National Tourism Service throughout the country. On September 16, 2015 an 8.4-magnitude earthquake affected northern Chile. The epicenter was more than 174 miles from the capital Santiago (view map in full size), impacting […]

Spring in Patagonia is the best! (but don’t go telling everyone)

We’ve got a secret tip for anyone who’s wondering about the best time of year to visit Patagonia, but we won’t be sharing it with just anyone. You see part of what makes spring one of the best times of year to visit Patagonia is that most people don’t know that it is so special, so we don't want everyone finding out! But as long as it’s just us, we’ll tell you the reasons that you should get planning your Patagonia tour for the southern spring (that’s September and October down here in Chile!)