EcoCamp Patagonia open and receiving guests!

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 […]

EcoCamp Patagonia set to reopen!

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 […]

Close to having the fire in Torres del Paine under complete control!

A day of low wind, which has allowed helicopter flight and reduced the speed of the fire’s expansion, together with moderately intense rain have helped to control the fire in Torres de Paine National Park. The authorities predict that today they will have three of the six remaining focus areas under control and should these […]

EcoCamp evacuates due to closure of Torres del Paine National Park

We regret to inform you that EcoCamp Patagonia is being evacuated following the closure of Torres del Paine National Park on the evening of December 29th, on the orders of Chile’s National Park administration body CONAF. The fire is currently restricted to the western zone of the Paine massif, meaning EcoCamp guests, on the eastern […]