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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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EcoCamp Guides Wilderness First Responder Certified with Prestigious NOLS

Guiding in a place like Torres del Paine national park involves spending long hours in remote locations, far from stores, doctors and hospitals....
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Camera Traps at EcoCamp for Wildlife Conservation

EcoCamp Patagonia, the world’s first geodesic hotel, is located in a beautiful yet fragile place : Torres del Paine national park. Chile’s most...
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The Most Beautiful Places to Watch Sunrise in Torres del Paine

No matter whether you are a photographer or a nature lover : sunrises in Patagonia are a daily delight. If you are lucky with the weather, you may...
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Torres del Paine in Winter (in Pictures) : How Wild is it?

Is Torres del Paine national park open in Winter? The answer is yes: Chile’s finest national park is open all year round, and some hotels, refuges...
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First Ascent of the North Tower by a Blind Climber in Torres del Paine!

History was made on Tuesday, January 10th 2023. That day Erik Weihenmayer fulfilled a dream in a place he had never set foot in. With a team of 7,...
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Spring in Torres del Paine national park : What Makes it Incredible?

Welcome to the southernmost region on Earth! Patagonia is a remote place, and its high level of endemism makes it a unique place, especially during...
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Four-time F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel in Torres del Paine with EcoCamp!

You may be familiar with Sebastian Vettel even if you’re not into Formula One. This German racing driver is the youngest World champion in Formula...
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History was made! First ascent of Cerro Paine with a wheelchair user

On October, 15th 2022 a team of 8 volunteers from EcoCamp Patagonia, Wheel the World and CONAF made history while hiking up Cerro Paine, one of the...
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Rider on the Mountain : When Patagonia's Iconic Peak Tells us a Story

“Oh, look, there’s a horseback rider on the mountain”. This is something tourists often hear in Torres del Paine National Park, while looking at los...
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Why Should You Travel to Torres del Paine in September?

We all need to travel. Are you dreaming about vast wild landscapes and quiet trails to explore Patagonia's most beautiful place? Torres del Paine...
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Chilean Patagonia: How Many Days Do You Need to Explore it?

Torres del Paine is a remote place in Chile’s Patagonia (and I’m sure you knew it already). However, this incredible national park has become more...
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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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