Why try glamping in Torres del Paine?

If you want to experience glamping in Patagonia, Torres del Paine's eco-friendly camps are some of the most luxurious and characterful you can find. Nestled amongst the trees, with beautiful views, comfortable beds and tasty meals, these accommodations provide a quirky alternative to a regular hotel, refugio or campsite, whilst being more affordable than the luxury lodges in the park.

There are two main camps in Torres del Paine, and although there are many similarities between them, there are some clear differences as well. The information below should help you get a feel for which one is right for you.

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Where can I go glamping?

EcoCamp

Stay in your own cosy geodesic dome between the trees, with stunning sunset views of the towers. A relaxed, sociable atmosphere provides a great place to stay after a day's hiking in the park.

Use the camp as a base for trekking, horse riding and puma tracking.

Stay in comfort, and because each building is an eco lodge, you'll know you are having minimal impact on this amazing landscape.

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Geodesic Domes, Torres del Paine

Patagonia Camp

Situated just outside the national park with spectacular views across Lago Toro to the Paine massif, these beautifully-finished yurts allow you to feel at one with nature in a tranquil setting.

Explore the private land, finding the less trodden path and an abundance of birds amongst the trees.

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The yurts were perfect and the guides' enthusiasm and passion for the park was infectious -     Jon & Pene

Serrano Camp

Serrano Camp is a quite place to stay on the bank of the Serrano River. Somewhere between glamping and camping, these deluxe tents offer a great night's sleep for hikers that seek more comfort than sleeping in a standard tent.

Delicious and hearty meals are served for breakfast and dinner.

Watch the Paine Massif turn hues of pink and orange at sunrise.

Deluxe tents at Serrano Camp, Patagonia, Chile

Deluxe tents at Serrano Camp

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Sydney says

It's a real treat coming back to such a quirky, comfortable base at the end of a hard day's trekking. The wood burning stoves make the domes/yurts super cosy, and being able to fall asleep looking at the stars and wake up to see the sunrise over amazing views is really special

Sydney Miller Patagonia Specialist

Help me choose

Here are some of the camps key differences to help you decide between them.

EcoCamp

  • Located in the park within walking distance of the trailhead of the Base of the Towers trek
  • Three excursions to choose from each day
  • Option to take a multi-day hike on the W or Full Circuit trail with some of the nights at the camp and a few in refugios
  • Dedicated puma programmes for wildlife enthusiasts
  • Yoga classes and massage treatments available
  • More of a youthful, communal atmosphere; you have dinner with your group from the day's excursion
  • Particularly committed to being eco-friendly, with many measures to reduce its impact on the park
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Luxury domes accommodation

Patagonia Camp

  • Located just south of the park on the shores of Lake Toro
  • Four or five excursions to choose from each day 
  • Greater variety of off-the-beaten-track excursions
  • Option to do private excursions
  • Paddleboarding, kayaking and fishing can be done independently at the lake
  • An on-site traditional quincho where they put on a weekly barbecue with wine tasting
  • Refined yet friendly atmosphere, great for those wanting a bit more privacy
Luxury Yurt Camp overlooking Lake Toro, Patagonia, Chile

Luxury Yurt Camp overlooking Lake Toro

Serrano Camp

  • It's in a serene spot on the Serrano River away from the crowds
  • Deluxe tents are heated and very comfortable with thick, insulated airbeds, multiple duvets and pillows
  • You won't go hungry with a tasty, well-earned three-course dinner and full buffet breakfast to set you up for a day's hiking
  • Wake up to fabulous views of the Paine Massif each day
  • The camp is open all season, from mid-Sept until the end of April
View from tent at Serrano Camp, Torres del Paine, Chile

View from tent at Serrano Camp

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What our customers think of Glamping in Torres del Paine

Glamping in Torres del Paine trips scored 4.4/5 from 825 reviews

Our most memorable moments were connecting with nature, family and new friends without the interaction on cell phones & the internet. Read the full review

Travelled: December 2023

Neely Zanussi-Sembach - Jamaica

It was amazing, all the details were taken care of. We would wake up and go to our lobby for breakfast someone would come find us and take us on an amazing adventure for the day. Read the full review

Travelled: March 2023

Claire Doyle - USA

Lots of options offered. Eco-Camp was a fantastic lodging. Staff was excellent and attentive Read the full review

Travelled: March 2023

Patricia Rosello - USA

Our experience with pat Camp was top notch. The moment you arrive the staff is helpful and friendly. Our family yurts were super cool to stay in and having the hot tub there for a good soak after a day of hiking was such a bonus. The excursions were great and all the guides were knowledgable and very outgoing and friendly. Read the full review

Travelled: January 2023

Deanna Rennebaum - USA

Great views from the yurt that you can’t get anywhere else. Read the full review

Travelled: December 2022

Spencer Hess - USA

A fantastic way to wind down a long week of tent camping. Read the full review

Travelled: November 2022

Vincent Michael Burke - USA

I would absolutely recommend the EcoCamp to anyone heading to Patagonia. Grateful that Swoop recommended them! Read the full review

Travelled: November 2022

Kirsten Lesak-Greenberg - USA

Unique experience that felt like being home with the friendly staff. They had so many little personalized touches. We have stayed at 5 star hotels all over the world, and there is nothing like this! Read the full review

Travelled: November 2022

Kim Pfaffman - USA

The multisport at Ecocamp is a great option! Read the full review

Travelled: April 2022

Barbara Crabtree - USA

If you want great food, luxury accommodations and amazing views, I recommend Patagonia Camp. Read the full review

Travelled: March 2022

Cristina Gonzalez - USA

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Patagonia Camp exceeded all our expectations. We had the nearest yurt to the lake with distant views of the Horns.

Travelled: December 2014

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EcoCamp was great, so unique and beautiful views- we LOVED it, it was awesome.

Travelled: November 2014

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