EcoCamp Patagonia is an inviting home in the Patagonian wilderness, providing guided treks and wildlife excursions by day and cozy dinners and accommodation by night.


Bedroom Domes

After a long day's trek and an evening with food, wine and good company, you'll fall asleep peacefully under the stars.

At bedtime, you head back to your snug dome along the wooden walkways and briefly feel the Patagonian wind in all its glory. All domes are designed to create minimum environmental impact, utilizing heat and light, natural materials and renewable energy. 

EcoCamp Patagonia Superior Dome Interior

Community Domes

A place to share stories, have a good meal and relax.

Evenings are for a well-deserved rest in EcoCamp's Community Domes, feasting on the day's memories, tasty fusion cuisine and Chilean wine. The Community Domes are the social hub of EcoCamp. Each night, everyone unites for an aperitif and appetizers in the bar before moving to the dining room for dinner.

Patagonia Torres del Paine Bar Dome EcoCamp

Yoga & Wellness

Enjoy a yoga session or massage after a long day of adventure.

Yoga is a relaxing, energizing and spiritual experience, allowing for a rich appreciation of the state of body and mind. Due to its quiet, natural setting and the spectacular view of the granite peaks, EcoCamp’s Yoga Dome is ideally placed for maximum appreciation of nature and to practice yoga, allowing guests to feel balanced and re-energized.

EcoCamp Massage Room


EcoCamp is all about the outdoor experience and connection with nature.

Each day EcoCamp specialist guides take you on different trekking adventures and wildlife watching trips through Torres del Paine's most treasured sights. You'll experience nature at close quarters, witnessing the incredible sight of guanacos roaming along the river banks, foxes trotting in the distance, vivid blue icebergs floating on Grey Lake and the fierce Patagonian wind rushing through the plains.

Torres del Paine Hiking Cuernos

Patagonia ecocamp
Guide to visit Patagonia

The Patagonia Way

Insider's guide: When to visit Patagonia

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