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The Endangered Huemul - the Southernmost deer in the World

The Huemul (Hippocamelus bisulcus) is the southernmost deer in the world. It is found exclusively in the southern regions of Patagonia, spanning both...
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September in Patagonia and in EcoCamp

“Which month is the best to visit Patagonia? You probably already Googled it. Most articles will probably say summer or early autumn, but you have...
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Get to know Tiffany, a wheelchair travel influencer

How is it to travel the World when you depend on a wheelchair and the help of others? In April 2024, we had the pleasure of hosting Tiffany Gambill,...
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Ecotourism: energy sources at our dome hotel in Torres del Paine National Park

Solar energy, hydropower, and a gas generator are the three sources we employ at EcoCamp to power our electricity needs. For heating, we rely on...
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Global Recycling Day: how we handle waste at EcoCamp

Reduce, reuse, recycle. On March 18th, Global Recycling Day, various organizations unite to raise awareness about this vital aspect of the circular...
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Why a massage is the ideal relaxation during your stay in Patagonia

Did you know that you can find a massage room at EcoCamp? The name of our massage dome "Man Keokén" is inspired by the language of Patagonia's...
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Leading conservation in Torres del Paine with the TdP Legacy Fund

Torres del Paine national park is a stunning yet fragile place. Over the past few years and despiste a “pandemic break”, the yearly amount of...
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Tracking pumas in a puma's paradise : Torres del Paine national park

It’s now official : Torres del Paine has the highest density of pumas on Earth. While Chilean Patagonia has a healthy population of pumas thanks to...
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8 Items to Make Sure to Pack for Patagonia

If you’re going to Patagonia and are sure you’ve got everything you need, there’s a great chance you’re wrong. Wonder what to pack for Patagonia? ...
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Top 5 Highlights in Chilean Patagonia you must explore

Chilean Patagonia is a long region where you can spend months exploring its 17 national parks and 11,5 million protected hectares. However, I bet...
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An Unusual but Spectacular Opening Season 2023-2024

This past September EcoCamp Patagonia opened its doors for its 22nd season. We were absolutely thrilled to welcome travelers and adventurers from all...
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EcoCamp Awarded as one of South America's Best Resorts at the Conde Nast Readers' Choice Awards 2023!

Great news for EcoCamp and Chile’s Patagonia! EcoCamp Patagonia (the world’s first geodesic hotel) was awarded as one of the best resorts in South...
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What’s the Weather Like in Torres del Paine?

The forecast says rain, sun, snow and wind --- what is it? The truth is, the weather in Torres del Paine and Patagonia is all of the above. It’s...
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The Most Beautiful Viewpoints in Torres del Paine National Park

Torres del Paine National Park is a huge area of 227.298 hectares. Most people cross the entire planet to see the three granite spires that gave...
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Patagonia in South America: Discover 10 Reasons Why We Love it

Here at EcoCamp, the world’s first sustainable dome hotel, we are lucky enough to be located in one of the most beautiful and diverse regions on the...
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