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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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Why There is No WiFi at EcoCamp (But a Great Connection)

More than a third of the world's population has never used the internet, according to the United Nations. It may sound like a lot, but 96% of these...
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What is an EcoCamp Patagonia dome like?

Hey you! You want to stay in the world’s first geodesic hotel - EcoCamp Patagonia - but aren’t sure which dome fits your style? No worries, we are...
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Why You Should Travel to Torres del Paine in 2022

Everyone who has traveled to Torres del Paine National Park knows this is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. With its abundant wildlife,...
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Why Now Is The Best Time To Travel To Torres del Paine National Park

In Chile, our lives changed in March 2020 when the borders closed and we were asked to stay home. No one could have predicted a pandemic would hit us...
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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 5 Best Trekking Circuits in Patagonia

From the rugged peaks of Reserva Cerro Castillo (Aysen Region, Chile) to the giant glaciers of Los Glaciares National Park (Argentina), planning a...
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Why Geodesic Domes Are Such Incredible Structures

When it was built in 2001, EcoCamp Patagonia was the world’s first geodesic hotel. What does that mean? Well, before that year no other hotel in the...
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The Patagonia Way

Insider's guide: When to visit Patagonia

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