Patagonia Camp is on the shores of Toro Lake in the famous Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. It is the first luxury camp in South America with a chic collection of 20 glamorous yurts. The camp is south of Cuernos del Paine and 15 minutes from the northern entrance of the national park. Patagonia Camp offers a luxury experience to all visitors with all the comfort of a conventional hotel. The camp marries adventure and comfort in glamping style luxury yurts. Feel close to nature but protected from the harsh elements of Patagonia.
The complex is made up of 18 yurts connected by elevated walkways, all of which have spectacular views of Lake Toro. Each of the yurts is extremely comfortable with king or twin beds, en suite bathroom, private terraces and decorated with woven fabrics and locally handcrafted furniture.
The restaurant specializes in Patagonian and Chilean cuisine. Main dishes are based around local fish, vegetables and Centoya crabs. They offer a typical Patagonian lamb barbecue twice a week. Alternative meal options for vegetarians are available.
The all-inclusive packages offer excursions both within and outside the park. If you like active trips, try the hike to Las Torres base. They have free use of bicycles and nearby forest ideal for bird watchers. There are dozens of other activities on offer for all levels.
There is one building that serves as a restaurant, bar and lounge.
Patagonia Camp is passionate about sustainability. The footprint is minimal, and wastewater is treated in a biodegradable technique. All the organic residue produced is transformed into compost by worms. Ther compost goes to local farmers for their cultivation to grow aromatic herbs and vegetables. Patagonia Camp have minimized, the use of plastics and glass. They use reusable containers as much as possible and give reusable water bottles to all guests. Glass, cans, and all recyclable residues go to the city to be recycled as part of our procedures.