Why we like this camp
- It's in a serene spot on the Serrano River away from the crowds
- Domes 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
Weather-resistant fabric stretched over a metal frame on a raised wooden platform forms the basis of the domes. You are well protected from the elements, not least of all the Patagonian winds! Each dome contains a double inflatable mattress that can be split in two to make twin airbeds. These mattresses are extremely thick and insulated so make for comfy beds. You are provided with several warm duvets and pillows and there is a small electric heater for extra warmth. Each dome also comes with a torch lamp, bath towels and toiletries.
Food & drink
Don't let the fact that all the food is prepared and cooked in a single dome tent lead you to believe that it will be basic. On the contrary, dinner is a mouth-watering three-course fare that will go down a treat after a long day's hiking. Expect local dishes accompanied by local wines, not to mention the odd pisco sour.
Breakfast is a varied buffet consisting of eggs, meats, cheese, bread, cereals, jam, tea, coffee and more. Lunch items are provided in the morning so that you can make up your own packed lunch to take with you on the trek, exactly as you like it.
Meals are served in a large dining dome with wooden tables and benches and a window which looks out towards the Paine Massif.
Bathroom facilities are approximately 50 metres from the domes in a permanent shower block. The bathrooms are separated into male and female and have hot showers and sit down toilets.
A generator runs in the morning and in the evening and there are power points where you can charge your devices, in both your own dome and in the dining dome.
The airbeds are extremely comfortable - I slept like a log - and the quality of the food is incredible, especially considering everything is cooked in a large tent! My one tip would be to take a headtorch.
Zoe Winterbotham Booking Coordinator
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