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Patagonia Camp is located in one of the most spectacular and wildest regions in the world, on the edge of the famous Torres del Paine National Park in Chile.

Patagonia Camp Toro lake
Guests stay here in luxurious yurts, inspired by traditional Mongolian nomad tents, which are perfectly integrated into the surroundings. There are 4 categories available: Deluxe, Deluxe Jacuzzi and Suite with a capacity for 2 people and a family yurt for 4 people.

Yurt Patagonia Camp

Each yurt is tastefully furnished and has a private terrace with stunning views of Lake Toro and the majestic Paine massif.
This glamping experience offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the breathtaking Patagonian landscape up close and combines luxurious comfort with a deep respect for nature.

restaurant Patagonia Camp

In the evening, the lounge and restaurant invite you to reflect on the day’s adventures while enjoying local dishes.
The facilities are made entirely of wood and blend seamlessly into the surrounding forest.

Stars from yurt

A special bonus of these cozy yurts is not only the sound of the wind, which you can hear as if you were sleeping under the open sky, but also the skylight, through which you can watch the numerous stars.

Our travelArtist Alexandra visited the Patagonia Camp in the golden fall, when some of the landscapes were already covered in light snow, and shows that a trip at this time of year is also ideal for nature and trekking lovers.

Hike TPOur colleague has been on two trekking tours in Torres del Paine National Park and shares with us some impressions of the sometimes already wintry landscapes, especially during the “Historic Patagonia” excursion, where you can see cave paintings from the Tehuelche culture as well as herds of guanaco and take a lunch break at Laguna Azul.

Los Cisnes Lagoon

The Laguna de los Cisnes was already beautifully surrounded by snow and is home to pink flamingos as well as swans.

Lago Pehoe impresses with its fantastic scenery and is one of the main motifs alongside the granite towers of Torres del Paine National Park.

Pehoe lake winter

In addition to the numerous excursions led by professional guides, the Patagonia Camp also focuses on sustainability. It uses renewable energy, minimizes waste and relies on environmentally friendly technologies. The aim is to preserve the unique nature of Patagonia while offering guests an authentic and sustainable experience.

For more information about Patagonia Camp, contact your travelArt representative or email info@travelart.com

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