Back
Domes-page_hero
Back
home_hero
Back
home_hero
EcoCamp-Patagonia

- Last posts -

Sustainable Hotels: 8 things that make a (huge) difference for the planet

What is sustainability? The most accepted definition is the one created by the Bruntland Commission: “Sustainable development is a development that...
Read More

Why We Must Fight Climate Change

August 20, 2019 --- It was this time last year when Swedish teen Greta Thunberg first sat outside the parliament building in Stockholm, demanding...
Read More

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....
Read More

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...
Read More

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...
Read More

How to Reduce Your Travel Footprint

Thinking about taking a break? Got the winter blues? Whether you are traveling to the other side of the world or to the other side of town, travel is...
Read More

Help! These Are Today's Biggest Issues in Patagonia

Issues in Patagonia are unlikely to cross your mind as the famous towers of Torres del Paine come into view. The colossal mountains jut from the...
Read More

15 Ways To Be Eco At Home

Your trip has come to an end. You’ve battled the wind (maybe more) and felt the whip of your hair lashing your face. Your toes know the feeling of...
Read More

12 Things that Make a Truly Sustainable Hotel

Our world is changing. In Patagonia, travelers can witness a glacier's retreat from their hotel room. And yet most hotels worldwide still mainly...
Read More

Responsible Tourism in Torres del Paine

No one will ever forget the dreadful fires in Torres del Paine National Park, such as the 2011 fire which burnt about 176 km2 (160 sq mi) of the...
Read More

Local consuming in Torres del Paine

Awareness about the advantages of consuming locally produced products luckily is growing.  Everyone has their reasons: reducing their carbon...
Read More

- Most read posts -

feature image

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....
Read more
feature image

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...
Read more
feature image

Top Torres del Paine Off-The-Beaten-Path Hikes

Introduction 1. Sierra Masle (Laguna Azul) 2. Lazo-Weber 3. Pingo Trail 4. Mt. Ferrier 5. El Condor Lookout 6. Fauna Trail (“Portería-Portería”) ...
Read more
CTA_strip_bg
The Patagonian Way-1

The Patagonia Way

Insider's guide: When to visit Patagonia

Download the guide