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#1 of 17 Specialty lodging in Torres del Paine National Park
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EcoCamp is situated in the very heart of Torres del Paine National Park and provides the region’s first fully sustainable accommodation, complete with green technology. You enjoy guided treks and wildlife excursions by day and share evening meals with new friends, before falling asleep gazing up at the star-filled sky through your dome ceiling. Wake up in the middle of the Patagonian wilderness in a cozy geodesic dome, with a panoramic view of the majestic Torres del Paine, ready to pick up the hiking trail!EcoCamp Patagonia is a tribute to Kaweskar dwellings and way of life. The basic premise in designing the EcoCamp was to maintain the nomadic spirit of Patagonia’s ancient inhabitants. EcoCamp Patagonia is the 1st sustainable accommodation south of the Amazon, and the only one of its kind in Patagonia.
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Roam68411667671 wrote a review Nov 2022
Overall a wonderful experience. First, the amazing: The staff were very friendly and helpful. The dinners were ridiculously good. Way fancier Than I expected. A bit of useful logistical information: We did the Safari program which was great because we got to choose each day whether to take the harder or easier expedition, and we saw most of the same areas as people who were doing the traditional W trek. I highly recommend, especially if you have different people in your group of differing levels of ability Each day, you have breakfast at a certain time based on when you need to leave for your trip that day. During breakfast there is an array of food spread out for lunch for you to pack. I had read in previous reviews that people complained that the food options ran out And there wasn’t much to choose from if you didn’t get there early. That wasn’t an issue for us. Sure, sometimes they would run out of bread or something, but you just had to wait a minute and they would bring out another tray. I usually had fresh fruit and granola with yogurt for breakfast, sometimes with a fruit smoothie, sometimes with some toast with peanut butter. For lunch my husband would usually pack a sandwich as there was always a spread of sliced meat and cheese. I don’t like sandwiches so I would pack a salad, usually with quinoa, beans And some other interesting additions. Oh and cookies, they were always lovely cookies After our trip for the day, we would usually return with enough time to shower before briefing. This is when we would get information about the next day, including the weather report. Every day they would offer us one free Pisco sour, Or a similar to Lan beverage. It would change every day. Other people would purchase beer and drinks but I felt that between the free drink at the briefing and the wine offered with dinner, that I had plenty of alcohol to drink. There were four different wines to choose from at dinner. The idea is that you would have breakfast and dinner with the group that you were going to travel together with. This was great for bonding. Usually, while you are at dinner, the fireplace would be lit for you in your room. Every day they would come make the bed. There was a note saying that we could have our sheets changed if we wanted to. I didn’t need to have my sheets changed but I would’ve loved to have had a fresh towel I won’t call this a problem, but everything happened on let’s say Chilean time. This was only stressful if you let it be. Once you realized that you weren’t really on a deadline then it was all good to go with the flow. I love the community area. The bar area was often active and party like. The library was quieter. Outside there are several sitting areas that are picturesque. There were wonderful little extras like woven blankets in baskets with a sign saying snuggle up if you get cold. There was coffee, tea and cookies available in the afternoon. Some people got a massage but they were completely booked up by the time that I tried to get a reservation. If you think you’re gonna try to get a massage try to arrange it soon after a writing. A few problems: The logistics of being dropped at the airport were not quite what we were told. I think the issue is that it was being communicated through a third-party. It basically worked out but I could’ve taken a cheaper flight if I had known all the options. When we searched for information, there were several places online that said that this place had laundry facilities. It very much does not! Since we were expecting to be able to wash some clothes, We didn’t pack enough clothing, and we ended up washing our clothes in our sink. Thankfully with a fireplace they dried pretty quickly. We were very lucky with good weather while we were there. We had brought clothing for colder weather but thankfully didn’t have to deal with any rain. Lastly, I should mention that although I loved the idea of building community with gathering in groups, the downside of this Is obvious during this pandemic. In fact I came down with Covid during our stay. Luckily I didn’t get sick until the last day so it didn’t interfere with what I was doing. Also as soon as I had symptoms I started wearing a mask. My guide said that it was probably just allergies, but I tested later and it was actually Covid.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello, Thanks for your wonderful, complete feedback! We are always eager to hearing constructive comments such as yours so we can constantly improve the service we provide to travelers. We are delighted to know you've had such a pleasant stay both at EcoCamp and on the trails. As for your comments regarding logistics and information (and the fresh towel), we shared them with the appropriate team members to implement improvements. We hope to welcome you again soon! Best, The Cascada Expediciones / EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Greta C wrote a review Nov 2022
Brisbane, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a booking for September 2020 which was postponed to September 2022. Ecocamp was so worth the wait. Everything was fabulous, from the accommodation, all staff, the communal domes, the daily offering of tours and activities, and the guides. Having such great access to Torres del Paine National Park was amazing. We were so very fortunate to arrive at the start of the season when the trails had fewer people. We were also very blessed with stunning sunny and calm days. The interaction of guides and other staff with guests in the communal domes and at meal times generated a wonderful family/community feel. I can’t recommend Ecocamp Patagonia highly enough.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello, Thanks for your comments! We are delighted to know you've enjoyed your stay with us. The spirit of community is a key aspect of the EcoCamp experience and we are pleased to know you've enjoyed both the staff at the domes and the adventures in the park. We hope to welcome you again soon! Best, Timothy
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BenTheNomad wrote a review Oct 2022
Austin, Texas25 contributions8 helpful votes
Absolutely love ecocamp. I had a cozy and comfortable standard suite. Meals were decadent and so welcome after long hikes. The yoga dome is also outstanding. Our guide Rene was wonderful to spend days with. A+
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Responded 4 weeks ago
Hello, Thanks for your feedback! We are pleased to know you've had such a lovely stay at EcoCamp Patagonia and hope to see you again soon in Torres del Paine. Best, The EcoCamp Patagonia & Cascada Expediciones team
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Paul M wrote a review Apr 2022
Austin, Texas21 contributions31 helpful votes
Outstanding food, cozy and comfortable sleeping quarters, very friendly and knowledgeable staff, hiking excursions (in small groups) are very well organized and accompanied by first rate guides…. Thank you an outstanding and most enjoyable stay!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Response from Timothy Dhalleine, Propietario at Ecocamp Patagonia
Responded May 27, 2022
Hola! Thanks for your feedback. We are pleased to know you've had such a lovely stay with us in Torres del Paine National Park and truly hope you come back to Patagonia in a near future to explore the wilderness with a team of passionate guides and team members. Best, The Cascada Expediciones/EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Anna wrote a review Apr 2022
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Everything about Ecocamp was top-tier. The fact that they had such a strong service and everything was sustainable for the local environment just really blew me away! The food was some of the best we had it all of Chile to be honest
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded May 27, 2022
Hola! Thanks for your kind words. Sustainability is a priority for everyone at EcoCamp, from the (delicious) food to the energy that is used to power the hotel. We truly hope you come back to Chile soon! Best, The Cascada Expediciones / EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Anna S wrote a review Mar 2022
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We did the 5-day W-Trek organized through Ecocamp and it was amazing. I wish we spent more days on the property after the Trek! We stayed in the standard domes, and they were great! No heat/electricity, but it didn't pose a problem. They were clean, COMFY, and placed in such beautiful surroundings. The yoga and massage offerings were also amazing and made for such a special stay. The food was also amazing. They were out of tupperware for our day treks, so I recommend brining a mason jar with you to transport the delicious lunch salads/pastas. Most importantly, our guide, Rodrigo, made our trip amazing. Rod was with us from morning to night and his passion/knowledge of the area made our trip so special. He completely exceeded expectations. The entire staff were also great. Everyone was so nice and attentive. It felt like 5-star service!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded May 27, 2022
Hola, Thanks for your comments. We are delighted to know you've enjoyed your travel experience at EcoCamp and had such a lovely time with Rodrigo. We passed on your comments to him. At EcoCamp, we truly value the dedication of the people who work in Torres del Paine National Park with passion for responsible travel. We are proud to say our geodesic domes are a great place with connect with both nature and the people (whether travelers or team members). We hope to see you again at EcoCamp soon! Best, The EcoCamp Patagonia / Cascada Expediciones team
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Pete B wrote a review Mar 2022
Stony Stratford, England, United Kingdom100 contributions81 helpful votes
We booked the W Trek through the Ecocamp as we have always wanted to visit this part of the world for some considerable time. Torres del Paine speaks for itself, however we were pleasantly surprised at the quaility of the facilities at the Camp. The geodesic domes which are quite spacious and strong to stand up to the wind were comfortable and warm. The website gives the impression of a quality operation and in reality does not disappoint. The food in the evening was excellent (especially given the fact that they are catering for larger numbers) and the wine was always flowing. Breakfasts were really good, with a decent selection of salads to make up your lunch for the days walk. The only slight criticism is that because we were doing the W Trek, we spent two nights in tents at refugios whereby the quality of accomodation and catering was significantly lower.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded May 27, 2022
Hola, Thanks for your comments. While Torres del Paine indeed speaks for itself, the quality level of the experience at EcoCamp could not be reached without the passionate people who work here. As for the domes, we want them to be a place where travelers can experience a deep connection with both people and nature. Unfortunately, there are not many options in the park for hikers to stay overnight while having the quality service they expect, but we always make sure to share travelers' feedback to refuges and refugios so that such service can be improved. We hope to welcome you again in Patagonia! Best, The Cascada Expediciones and EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Ben W wrote a review Mar 2022
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If you love hiking, but want a little bit of glamping, this is the place for you. The accommodations are super close to the base of Torres Del Paine, and provide you with incredible views of the mountain and National Park. The food is incredible, as is the service that you receive. Our entire group of six stayed in the Standard Domes, (2 per dome) with shared bathrooms, and it was totally fine. The staff was incredibly helpful with coordinating transfers for us throughout the park and to our next hotel. All six of our group got massages, and several individuals used the yoga hut and said it was great. If you are going to Torres Del Paine, I highly recommend you stay here! Best bang for your buck! Additionally, highly recommend requesting Rodrigo Flores as your guide for the Trek. We did a 5 day W-Trek, and he made the trip!!!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Responded May 27, 2022
Hola, Thanks for your feedback. We are pleased to know you had such a lovely stay at EcoCamp. We passed on your comments to Rodrigo, who is an excellent and passionate guide we are proud to work with. We hope to welcome you again in Torres del Paine soon! Best, The Cascada Expediciones / EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Christopher A wrote a review Mar 2022
Brookline, Massachusetts5 contributions2 helpful votes
We are a family of 4 – two teenage girls -who travelled to Chile in March 2022. We stayed at Ecocamp for three nights. We enjoyed every minute of our time here. We had a suite with a private bathroom and shower, a wood stove, and a loft for our kids. It was a really neat experience “camping” (or “glamping”) in our own dome, so close to the towers – our pictures were incredible. The food was excellent and the meals are all well-serviced. The accommodations are tight for a family of 4 but comfortable and fun (you are in a dome, of course). Our guide, Evie, who stuck with us for our entire trip, was incredibly kind, thoughtful, well-prepared, and responsive – she ate every meal with us, so it was incredibly nice to learn about her life and Chilean culture. The other guides around the hotel were also friendly and eager to talk and answer questions too. The trips we took (French Ravine, and Cerro Paine which had views of the mountain) were also well-executed. Ecocamp is excellent if you are a bit hearty and outdoorsy and enjoy talking to others. You will meet a lot of other people and hear about their trips as well. It is also one of the closest “hotels” (or camping experiences) to the towers hikes so if you want to do that, I highly recommend staying here and starting from this location. But the atmosphere and kindness of the guides (particularly Evie) was the highlight.
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Responded May 27, 2022
Hello, Thanks for your kind words! We are pleased to know you enjoyed both the service provided at EcoCamp Patagonia - particularly with the guides - and the (beautiful) excursions in the park. We are also delighted to read you've had such an unforgettable experience as a family. We hope to welcome you again soon! Best, The Cascada Expediciones / EcoCamp Patagonia team
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Andria wrote a review Feb 2022
Charlotte, North Carolina56 contributions6 helpful votes
My husband and I were scheduled to visit in 2021, but were unable to enter the country at that time. We just returned from our trip, and it was worth the wait! We enjoyed everything about Ecocamp-the accommodations, the hiking and our amazing guides, the abundance of delicious gourmet food, and meeting other like-minded travelers. Our pickup was well-organized and our drivers stopped for wildlife spotting on the way to and from Torres del Paine. Can't recommend it enough!
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Responded Mar 12, 2022
Hola, Thanks for your feedback! We are delighted to know your stay at EcoCamp was "worth the wait" and that you enjoyed both the service in the hotel and the guided activities in the park. We hope to welcome you again soon! Best, The EcoCamp Patagonia & Cascada Expediciones team
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ecocamp Patagonia
Which popular attractions are close to Ecocamp Patagonia?
Nearby attractions include MIrador Las Torres (4.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Ecocamp Patagonia?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Ecocamp Patagonia?
Top room amenities include extra long beds, a view of a nearby landmark, and a view of the mountains.
What food & drink options are available at Ecocamp Patagonia?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Ecocamp Patagonia?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurante Coiron - Las Torres Patagonia, Bar Pionero, and Centro De Bienvenida - Las Torres Patagonia.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Ecocamp Patagonia?
Yes, guests have access to yoga classes during their stay.
Does Ecocamp Patagonia have airport transportation?
Yes, Ecocamp Patagonia offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Ecocamp Patagonia?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
Does Ecocamp Patagonia have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Ecocamp Patagonia accessible?
Yes, it offers facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.