Sustainability Partners » EcoCamp Patagonia

Sustainability Partners


Sustainability Partners - TiesThe International Ecotourism Society:

The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) is a non-profit association committed to promoting responsible tourism practices that benefit conservation and communities. Representing the voices of stakeholders from all corners of the world, TIES' global network supports and is supported by members from over 90 countries, who are leading the vital efforts to make travel and tourism more sustainable. Over the last 10 years TIES has helped us develop a strong network of responsible travel operators, hotels and clients around the globe. 


Sustainability Partners - CORFOLa Corporación de Fomento de la Producción: At Ecocamp we foster an understanding of nature’s importance among our neighbours by sharing all our innovations with the local Corporacion Fomento & Producción (CORFO), so they can help other entrepreneurs follow the same path. We focus on developing successful, concrete examples that can be imitated by other developers wishing to use green technology and low-impact construction.


Zeitz Foundation - The Long RunZeitz Foundation - The Long Run: Long Run supporters such as EcoCamp share the Zeitz Foundation’s philosophy and endeavour to uphold the Long Run charter in every aspect of their business, prioritising the 4Cs to keep the future for The Long Run. We've pledged to join a shared philosophy using foresight not fear and creating optimism not fatalism as well as committing to crucial actions relating to the 4Cs and our active engagement with them, always maintaining a fair (balanced), honest (sincere), positive (constructive) and creative (innovative) attitude to promoting sustainable lifestyles.


EcoCamp Patagonia - Best Practice in SustainabilityBest Practice

We have been happy to see EcoCamp used as a best practiced and our standard dome - the first geodesic hotel room ever built - used as a staple design model for other domes created in Europe, Argentina and the rest of Chile. We welcome EcoCamp being used as a prototype, contributing ideas and values to the preservation of the earth’s natural resources, and we hope to inspire both travellers looking to minimise their footprint and future designers looking to shape the future of the tourism industry in protected areas of wilderness.