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5 Ways to Reconnect with the World Around You

It’s almost impossible to imagine. Whatsapp, Facebook, Snapchat, Gmail....the list goes on and on and on. It’s 2019 and we are living in a world that...
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Torres del Paine National Park is 60 Years Old!

Let’s go back in time. May 13th, 1959. Only a few European scientists and explorers had visited the remote forests and valleys of the area known...
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Why Laguna Sofía is Completely Underrated

The base of the towers: check. Puma spotting: check. Boat ride to Grey Glacier: check. I had just spent six incredible days in Torres del Paine...
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5 Reasons To Bring Your Kids to Patagonia

Thinking about where to take your next family getaway? Book a trip to one of the most beautiful spots in the world -- Patagonia. It's a special place...
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Flash Back to EcoCamp’s Favorite Moments

Back in 2001, university friends Javier Lopez and Yerko Ivelic, along with kayaking instructor Nani Astorga, did something unheard of. They...
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Fiesta de la Limpieza: A Powerful Initiative to Clean Patagonia

Patagonia is filled with raw, pristine natural wonder -- from the fierce rivers to the snowy mountains to the open land to the rich, lush forests....
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Celebrating Kris Tompkins, Patagonia’s Fiercest Female

Today is International Women’s Day-- a moment to celebrate the strong and passionate females who have and continue to make an impact on the world...
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The Ultimate Tips for Photographers in Patagonia

I have been photographing in Patagonia for 5 years, specifically as a resident photographer for EcoCamp Patagonia in the very heart of Torres del...
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Why We Must Protect Patagonia’s Trails

Patagonia is the Mecca of adventure tourism. You can spot everything from jagged mountain peaks to turquoise lagoons to monstrous glaciers. For this...
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“Adventure is for All” was Awarded in Cannes

We are so pleased to announce that EcoCamp’s documentary “Adventure is for All” was just awarded in Cannes, France on January 31st.  The award is for...
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The Second Largest National Park in Chile

Let’s get back to 2017. Right before the end of her term, former Chile’s President Michelle Bachelet signed a historical protocol of agreement (the...
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The Best Places to See in Patagonia in 2019

With 1.073.060 km2/414.310 mi2, Patagonia is a giant region that is divided in two countries – Chile and Argentina – but that is bigger than many...
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The Best Documentaries Featuring Patagonia in 2020

  In these complex times of uncertainty when most humans are self-isolating, it has never been so important to redefine our connection with nature....
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All You Need to Know About Traveling to EcoCamp Post COVID-19 Lockdown

Traveling post COVID-19 lockdown may look a little different. Airlines, tour operators and hotels are starting to make appropriate changes that will...
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10 Movies That Will Make You Want to Protect Planet Earth Right Now

In 2020, the world changed – and will probably never be the same. Humans are facing times of uncertainty, and no one can say what will happen...
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The Patagonia Way

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