Near Torres del Paine NP, Chile
Patagonia Camp on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park, offers guests exclusive and unique accommodation against the backdrop of stunning Lago Toro and Patagonian peaks. It's simply the ultimate camp experience in Patagonia.
At a Glance
Feel at one with nature in luxury yurts bordering spectacular Torres del Paine National Park
Couples will love the Superior Yurts with separate lounge and fireplace and outdoor hot tub
Family Yurts offer connecting bedrooms, two bathrooms and private balconies for the ultimate glamping experience
Although just outside of the park, a 15-minute drive, the camp has amazing views of the lake and crags of Cuernos de Paine
Spacious, comfortable, and stylishly furnished yurts, all have heating, private bathroom, terrace, and ceiling window for stargazing
Delicious, healthy meals that are ideal for after a days adventuring in the park
The slow-cooked Patagonian lamb is divine. The perfect hearty meal after a hard day's walking out in the park.Maudie Tomlinson
Patagonia Camp serve our favorite Matetic wines, perfect for sipping by the fire after a long day in the great outdoors.Ali Andino
Those who are missing the spa aspect may want to book one of the yurts with a jacuzzi outside.Ali Andino
Patagonia Camp lies only 20 minutes south of the Torres del Paine National Park’s entrance and its location on the edge of Lake Toro facing the Paine Massif is nothing short of spectacular. The 20 private en-suite yurts, each with their own terrace, allow guests to be utterly immersed in nature.
With the highest levels of comfort, fine cuisine and superb excursions a stay at Patagonia Camp is the ideal place for nature and adventure enthusiasts to experience the rugged and wild Patagonian region at its best.
A welcome retreat after a day out exploring the park, the yurts have been designed with all the comforts one would expect, guests feel at one with nature as they cosy up and listen to the renowned Patagonian wind whistle by. The yurts are connected by wooden walkways that join the reception, public areas and dining room, where imaginative gourmet dishes are prepared using fresh and local ingredients. With a unique waste management system and low consumption electric generators, the camp is 100% eco-friendly.
Trekking through the national park is nothing short of breathtaking; a highlight for most visitors is an hike to the base of the magnificent granite towers that give the park its name. Patagonia Camp welcomes guests for 3 or 4 night stays and guests choose their activities on a nightly basis from an extensive range of walking, hiking and sightseeing activities, as well as horse riding, fishing and wildlife excursions.
Patagonia Camp offers 20 luxury ensuite heated yurts with their own private terraces and equipped with king size bed or 2 singles. Each is decorated with cosy sheepskin rugs, woven rugs and fabrics and locally handcrafted furniture. The bathrooms feature rain showers, double sinks, hair-dryers and robes.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities. Given the rugged landscape, this is perhaps a destination for older children, who will enjoy the adventurous side of exploring the park and will be able to participate in some of the outdoor activities. Extra beds are also available should they be required.
The camp offers guests a restaurant serving typical Patagonian cuisine including the renowned slow-roast lamb barbeque, a well stocked bar and relaxing lounge area with a small library and wi-fi connection from which to unwind after a day exploring the park.
A full range of all inclusive excursions are offered, from full-day walking tours to the Base of the Towers to kayaking on the lake, mountain biking, fishing and horse riding with gauchos.
Location & Directions
Near Torres del Paine NP, Chile
Located on the shores of Lake Toro close to the Torres del Paine National Park surrounded by spectacular landscapes
When to go
The camp is closed from 01 May-14 September.
Early summer (November) can be lovely, and in late summer and autumn (March) the colors are stunning. But if you’re planning to go riding in the open steppes, midsummer is wonderful. Avoid the peak summer months of January and February, since the trails in the park are particularly crowded at this time. At any time of year, Torres del Paine has its own microclimate: unpredictable. People will often tell you to expect all seasons in a single day.