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Torres del Paine accom with children - Ecocamp or Camp Pat

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Torres del Paine accom with children - Ecocamp or Camp Pat

Hi

We're travelling to TdelPaine in December and will have 2 kids with us under 10. We don't expect to be able to do any serious trekking, but we don't want an entirely dumbed down experience.

Choosing between Ecocamp and Camp Patagonia which are about the same price wise. There are great reviews for both these places but there seem to be some negative sentiments about the activities.

Is Camp Pat a soft option with a mostly older crowd, or is it as good as it looks. My concern re Ecocamp is it seems to be a bit of a novelty.

Any insight much appreciated ! thanks

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1. Re: Torres del Paine accom with children - Ecocamp or Camp Pat

Patagonia Camp is a beautiful hotel, and their activities are quiet soft, so if you are travelling with childrens it could be a good place to stay at.

Ecocamp is nice to anyway.

Patagonia Camp is for a little bit older crowd than Ecocamp.

Ecocamp is better located than P Camp, but P Camp has better views...not an easy desition honestly...

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