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Ecocamp Patagonia is a unique and eco-friendly hotel that offers a range of all-inclusive tours and activities in the stunning Torres del Paine National Park. You can choose from wildlife safaris, hiking treks, puma tracking, multi-sport adventures and more, while staying in cozy and comfortable geodesic domes that blend with the natural surroundings. Ecocamp Patagonia is located in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and one of the most spectacular places on Earth. The hotel is surrounded by towering mountains, turquoise lakes, glaciers and forests, and offers panoramic views of the iconic granite peaks of the Paine Massif. The hotel is also home to a variety of wildlife, such as guanacos, foxes, condors and pumas. The hotel’s style is inspired by the ancient nomadic dwellers of Patagonia, who lived in harmony with nature. The hotel consists of several geodesic domes that are connected by wooden walkways and have minimal environmental impact. The domes are spacious, cozy and colourful, with skylights that let you gaze at the stars at night. The domes come in different categories, from standard to suite, and have different amenities such as private bathrooms, wood stoves and terraces
Ecocamp Patagonia is committed to sustainability in every aspect of its operation. The hotel uses renewable energy sources such as solar panels and micro-hydro turbines, composting toilets that reduce water consumption, organic bedding and bath products that are biodegradable, recycled materials and local craftsmanship for the furniture and decoration. The hotel also supports local communities and conservation projects through donations, education and volunteering.
Ecocamp Patagonia is not only a place to enjoy nature, but also a place to learn from it and protect it. The hotel offers a variety of educational and cultural activities that aim to raise awareness and appreciation of Patagonia’s natural and cultural heritage. Guests can participate in talks, workshops, documentaries and games that cover topics such as ecology, history, astronomy and indigenous culture. The hotel also employs local staff and guides who share their knowledge and passion for their land.
The hotel has 33 domes that cater to different needs and preferences. Whether you’re looking for a simple yet comfortable place to rest, a cozy and romantic retreat or a luxurious and spacious sanctuary, you’ll find it here. All domes have comfortable beds, heaters, storage space and free WiFi. Some domes also have private bathrooms with hot showers, wood stoves for extra warmth, terraces with mountain views and even open-air bathtubs.
Some of the tours include:
Wildlife Safari: This tour allows you to handpick daily activities, returning home to your EcoCamp dome for a cozy night with sublime meals. You can choose from easy nature walks, moderate hikes or demanding treks, and see the wildlife and scenery of Torres del Paine National Park.
Epic Patagonia - Multi-Sport: This tour lets you unleash your adventurous side and explore Torres del Paine by foot, bike, kayak and even horseback. You can enjoy different activities each day, such as hiking to the base of the towers, biking along the Serrano River, kayaking on Grey Lake and horseback riding on the pampas.
Patagonia 7 Day W Trek: This tour takes you on one of the most famous treks in the world, the complete W Trek. You can hike to the base of the towers, the French Valley and the Grey Glacier, while enjoying spectacular views of the mountains, lakes and forests of Torres del Paine.
5 Day Short W Trek: This tour is a shorter version of the W Trek, which covers the highlights of Torres del Paine in less time. You can hike to the base of the towers and the Grey Glacier, and marvel at the beauty and diversity of Patagonia’s wilderness.
Torres del Paine 9 Day Circuit: This tour is for those who want to circle the immense Paine Massif for 9 days of epic views and endurance. You can hike along the entire perimeter of Torres del Paine National Park, crossing valleys, rivers, glaciers and forests, and witnessing some of the most remote and pristine areas of Patagonia.
Patagonia Puma Tracking: This tour is for those who want to embark on an epic adventure with wildlife tracking professionals to track and observe Torres del Paine’s top predator, the Patagonian puma, in its natural habitat. You can also see other wildlife such as guanacos, foxes and condors, and enjoy stunning landscapes along the way.
The hotel has two dining options to suit your mood and appetite. The Community Domes are where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner with other guests in a friendly and social atmosphere. The food is delicious, healthy and varied, with a focus on local and organic ingredients. The food is also adapted to different dietary requirements such as vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free. The Bar Dome is where you can relax with a drink after a day of adventure, while listening to music or playing games.
Choose from a range of all-inclusive tours and activities that suit your interests and fitness level. You can go on wildlife safaris to see guanacos, foxes, condors and pumas; hiking treks to the base of the towers, the French Valley or the Grey Glacier; multi-sport adventures that combine hiking, biking, kayaking and horseback riding; puma tracking with expert guides and photographers; or custom-made programs that let you design your own itinerary. You can also join one of the many educational and cultural activities offered by the hotel or relax at the yoga dome or the massage dome.
Patagonia is a vast and diverse region that spans across Chile and Argentina. It offers some of the most breathtaking landscapes and wildlife on the planet, from glaciers and fjords to deserts and volcanoes. You can explore different parts of Patagonia by car, bus or plane, depending on your time and budget. Some of the highlights include El Calafate and El Chalten in Argentina, where you can see the Perito Moreno Glacier and hike to Mount Fitz Roy; Puerto Natales and Punta Arenas in Chile, where you can visit the Milodon Cave and see penguins; Ushuaia in Argentina, where you can take a cruise to Cape Horn and Antarctica; Chiloe Island in Chile, where you can admire the wooden churches and colorful houses; Bariloche in Argentina, where you can ski or kayak in the lake district; Puerto Montt in Chile, where you can visit the Petrohue Falls and Osorno Volcano.
Ecocamp Patagonia welcomes kids of all ages. The hotel provides cribs upon request and has family-friendly domes with extra beds or bunk beds. The hotel also has board games, books and toys for kids to enjoy. The hotel’s tours and activities are suitable for kids over 6 years old, with some exceptions depending on the difficulty level. The hotel’s guides and staff are trained to work with kids and make their stay fun and memorable.
Ecocamp Patagonia is located about 200 miles from Punta Arenas airport and 70 miles from Puerto Natales bus station. You can take a shuttle bus or a private transfer to the hotel, which takes about 5 hours from Punta Arenas or 2 hours from Puerto Natales. If you’re driving, the hotel offers free parking on site.
- Actively reduces consumption
- Sustainable build
- Solar powered or renewable energy
- Employs local people
- Funds projects
- Preservation of cultural heritage
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