You may have heard of the mythical, gigantic former inhabitants who wandered the wastes of Patagonia… The vision of a faraway land, inhabited by towering giants, has captured and enchanted European imaginations for many years. But was Patagonia really the home to these larger-than-life folk, or was it no more than a myth spread by […]
Chilean non-profit organisation ONG Plan Bee is on a mission to save our bees – find out why bees are crucial to human survival, and what bee-haviour can help safeguard their future.
When's the best time to visit the Atacama Desert? Well it might just be right now! Find out how springtime brings life to the driest place on Earth…
Find out more about the traditional South American tres leches cake, and try the recipe for yourself!
Head over to the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes for a poignant exhibition from the Chilean photographer Luis Poirot.
EcoCamp Patagonia proudly sport the ‘S’ stamp, signifying the company to be sustainable in the eyes of Sernatur (Chile’s National Board for Tourism).But what is it that makes us sustainable?Time to take a closer look at what puts the all-important ‘S’ into EcoCamp, making it such a great choice for eco-conscious travellers. EcoCamp Patagonia […]
Here at Cascada and EcoCamp we’re big fans of renewable, sustainable energy (as you might have guessed!) – find out how the future of solar power is getting brighter in Chile every day!
The much-anticipated Dieciocho is almost upon us and with it come the fabulous fondas… think live music, dancing, drinking, food, flags, and FUN. You can read all about Cascada’s celebrations last week here. Whilst many native santiaguinos skip the city to conduct their revelry on sandier shores, or in the depths of the countryside, there […]
Unknown to many, on March 5th 2014, world history was made. Deep in the icy heart of the desolate Andean mountain range, a billowing flag of hope was determinedly driven down into crisp snow. A new republic had been born. Its number one priority? To protect Chile’s precious, but highly vulnerable, glaciers. Welcome to the […]
This Wednesday 10th September, the close-knit Cascada family took a well-earned break from working hard to create your once-in-a-lifetime trip to Chile and Argentina and took off into the countryside and the sunshine to celebrate next week’s Fiestas Patrias all together! Check out some of the photo highlights from our fun in the sun… Celebrating […]