Why We Like This Yurt Camp
- Unwind in a relaxed and peaceful location, away from the hustle and bustle of the park, where you can lie in bed at night and watch the celestial display through the central dome in your yurt roof
- All the yurts are private, with your own decking looking over the lake, and for some real luxury, the superior yurt comes with your own jacuzzi
- There is a good variety of excursions which are flexible to your needs
- Choose from private or group tours to explore the park
- Situated on private land, the camp boasts its own off-the-beaten-track hiking and lake activities, including kayaking and SUP
The secluded location of Patagonia Camp provides a perfect base for a wide range of activities, from fishing in the lake, to treks through beautiful trails and forests, or kayaking among icebergs.
Choose from scenic and short day hikes to full-day trekking within the park. Visit waterfalls, glaciers or hike to the base of the towers. As well as venturing into the park, you can also hike from the camp on less well-trodden paths, which is perfect to escape the crowds in high season and feeling immersed in nature.
As extras to an all-inclusive stay, you can add on kayaking on Lago Grey, horse-back riding through the pampa and zodiac trips in Serrano river. These extras can be arranged the night before so there is no need to pre-book.
Bernardo O’Higgins National Park Excursions
Visit the neighbouring national park on a zodiac trip to Serrano and Balmaceda Glaciers. In a modern Agunsa boat you will navigate across the Ultima Esperanza fjord, passing colonies of cormorants and sea lions with views of the Balmaceda glacier in the distance and enjoying a very special landscape. Next you will board a speedy Zodiac boat which will rapidly take you up the Serrano River with rarely seen panoramic views of the Paine Massif.
What Our Customers Think
Patagonia Camp was an awesome five days, we all loved that part of the trip. The staff was amazing, accommodations super and the overall vibe of the place was great. Met super people there.
Betty California, USA November 2017
Patagonia Camp was utterly amazing and all the staff, guides, facilities etc were brilliant. We really can't fault it.
Alison January 2017
Patagonia Camp was superb, the service was exceptional and the yurts were very comfortable. We enjoyed the community there and meeting fellow travelers. It was a highlight each night to come back and enjoy good conversation about the days adventures over delicious wine and beautiful views.
Tracy North Carolina, USA November 2017
Stay at Patagonia Camp if you can! You can't beat the location, the accommodations, the service, the food, and the open bar!
Peter February 2016
The Patagonia Camp was the highlight for me in Torres del Paine, great place to stay, quiet, out of the way, small family atmosphere with all the guests, great staff and tours. The rooms are amazing and awesome views. The tours were very well run with fantastic food provided.
Steve UK December 2016
Patagonia Camp is amazing, well organized, beautiful location
Carmela January 2016
Patagonia Camp was amazing. Would highly recommend to others. Beautiful views, atmospheric accommodation, well organised treks
Wilma November 2016
About Patagonia Camp
Located outside Torres del Paine National Park on private land and just a stone's throw from Lago Toro, the setting for Patagonia Camp provides remoteness, seclusion and exclusivity. You can set off on a hiking trail right from your front door, or take advantage of the lake access and kayak or SUP equipment.
Patagonia Camp’s architectural design and construction is minimally invasive and harmoniously adapted to the local landscape. The entire complex is built on wooden piles which support the terraces and yurts, as well as the common areas and interconnecting walkways. This building system helps preserve the native plants, shrubs and trees that have grown in the area for hundreds of years and and are home to dozens of species of birds.
Food and Drink
The restaurant at Patagonia Camp serves modern Chilean dishes made with local ingredients, and the camp’s connection with the award-winning Matetic wine vineyard means the wine list is excellent. There is a quincho (BBQ area) cooking up traditional Patagonian Lamb.
Rooms, Dates and Pricing
Patagonia Camp has 18 yurts, all with views of Toro Lake and the Paine massif. Each yurt has a king or twin beds and is decorated with handmade local furniture. All yurts have an en suite bathroom, private balcony, central heating, electricity and hot water.
Superior yurts and family yurts are also available. Superior yurts are larger than standard yurts, and have an outdoor jacuzzi. Family yurts have two bedroom and an outdoor jacuzzi.
Dates and Pricing
The 2018-19 season ends on 26 May 2019 and Patagonia Camp then reopens for the 2019-20 season from 6 September 2019 to 24 May 2020. Peak season is 15 December 2019 – 15 January 2020.
All-inclusive rates start from USD $1000 per person for two nights. Rates include transfer to and from Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales or Cerro Castillo; breakfast, packed lunch and dinner; alcoholic beverages and soft drinks; choice of daily excursions; bilingual guides; entrance to Torres del Paine National Park.
Bed and breakfast rates are available outside of peak season and start from USD $440 per person for two nights.
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