All those booking an EcoCamp Wildlife Safari or EcoCamp W trek during the 2015/2016 season are eligible for our early bird discount! Bookings made directly through us between May 1st and June 30th 2014 and paid in one installment will receive up to 7% discount on the total price. Programs include EcoCamp Patagonia’s Wildlife Safari, in either Suite Domes or Standard Domes, and EcoCamp’s 5 day short W trek and full 7 day W trek. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Patagonia is a mystical land, a fertile ground for myth-making. Indeed, Patagonia's legendary status makes its real history almost as weird and wonderful as the legends themselves. The stories that originate from Patagonia are often tragicomic, demonstrating the folly of man when faced with the unknown: be it vast, untamed nature or indigenous populations that […]
The end of the world has enticed travelers for generations, and the trend south shows no signs of letting up today. For windswept and wandering travelers at the end of the world's chilly corners, the question of how to fill one's days with activities is even more pertinent – as what better way to keep out the cold than to take off exploring? Not sure where to start? We've rounded up five great picks for what to do in and around the city of Punta Arenas.
Lady Florence Dixie is regarded as the first tourist to Torres del Paine, and her account Across Patagonia, published in 1880, is still a beloved classic of Patagonia travel writing. It is interesting not just for the lyrical quality of her prose, but also for the historical insights that can be gained from the book. […]
So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green, The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir, Patagonia – A Cultural History by Chris Moss and Enduring Patagonia by Gregory Crouch. This time, we picked up the most timeless classic of all Patagonia travelogues – The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin – and set off on a journey to the Patagonia as seen two centuries ago by the world’s most famous naturalist.
With high-quality photographic equipment increasingly within the reach of non-professional photographers, even the most heavy-handed amateur has a chance of taking a half decent photograph of their Patagonia vacation. So to help you out, we’ve compiled a list of 22 totally awesome adventure photography tips for your Patagonia tour!
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Patagonia is a mystical land, a fertile ground for myth-making. Indeed, Patagonia’s legendary status makes its real history almost as weird and wonderful as the legends themselves. The stories that originate from Patagonia are often tragicomic, demonstrating the folly of man when faced with the unknown: be it vast, untamed nature or indigenous populations that […]
We all agree that the scenery in Torres del Paine is among the most stunning in the world, and that the trekking here is world-class. But at first sight, it doesn’t appear to be a family-friendly destination. All kinds of problems seem to pop up as you consider bringing your kids to the end of […]
Alimc05 (Australia): What an experience! I had to be convinced to come here, only because it is supposed to be cold and I prefer warmer climates, and it turns out that this was the best place for our whole month around Chile!… Apart from the spectacular views from our eco “domes”, and apart from the […]