A unique glamping and nature experience in the wilds of Southern Chile
Priding itself on being the first glamping experience on offer in South America, Patagonia Camp truly is a very special place to stay. Located in Chilean Patagonia, just 15 kilometres outside the spectacular granite peaks of the Torres del Paine national park, visitors to the camp can enjoy a true Patagonian wilderness experience but without compromising on any creature comforts.
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About Patagonia Camp
Patagonia Camp’s 20 luxurious, Mongolian-style yurts all feature central heating, private bathrooms and wonderful views of the night skies from their transparent domed ceilings. Views of the forest and glittering Lake Toro can be enjoyed from the yurts’ private terraces, and some even feature their own outdoor Jacuzzi. All meals are taken in the guest restaurant which is positioned to offer dramatic views out to Lake Toro and the Paine Massif, and the camp regularly offers a traditional Patagonian barbeque as part of the dining programme.
The location of Patagonia Camp to the south of Torres del Paine makes it a must for nature lovers. This is a region of lush, native forest which attracts plenty of wildlife, and the setting of the camp in an expansive private reserve means over 40 kilometres of exclusive walking trails can be enjoyed by guests. Here you will encounter none of the crowds that sometimes frequent certain areas of Torres del Paine in peak season. We feel a programme combining some of these quieter excursions with the key activities in the Torres del Paine national park will offer the best possible experience for your time in the region. Patagonia Camp’s excursion programme has been deliberately designed to offer options for all levels of fitness, from challenging 8 hour hikes, gentle more gentle walks with scenic lakeside picnics or even vehicle tours taking in some of the main viewpoints in this dramatic region. Kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and catch & release fishing are some of the other activities on offer.
Finally, sustainability has been at the very heart of operations Patagonia Camp since it first opened its doors in 2007. As well as all the recycling and energy-saving initiatives guests now come to expect at any accommodation calling itself eco-friendly, Patagonia Camp have implemented many more innovative measures to reduce their impact, such as their complex water filtration system which provides the purest drinking water to the camp without any need for plastic bottles.
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