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EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge

Torres del Paine Lodge

Glamping at the EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge Los Cuernos EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge Interior of the EcoCamp Lodge Mountain and lake landscape near the EcoCamp Lodge

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5 Days / 4 Nights

Wildlife Safari

EcoCamp Patagonia offers their guests the chance to enjoy the peaceful and captivating nature of Torres del Paine National Park through their Wildlife Safari, which includes nature walks, treks and bike excursions, and can last from 3 to 5 nights.

Note: Please bear in mind that this itinerary was created as an example to show the different activities available. It is subject to changes due to weather conditions, and travelers' and travel agencies' preferences. 

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This tour includes:

    • Transfers as seen in the itinerary
    • Accomodation
    • Tours as arranged with the lodge and the travel agent

Highlights:

  • Torres del Paine National Park
  • Sarmiento Lake
  • Laguna Azul
  • Macho Cañon
  • Los Cuernos
  • Paine Grande
  • Pehoe Lake
  • Toro Lake
  • Gray Lake and Gray Glacier
  • Nordenskjold Lake
  • Laguna Amarga

EcoCamp glamping in Patagonia

Arrival to EcoCamp

Day 1

Sunday
Transfer from Punta Arenas (either the airport or a hotel) to EcoCamp Patagonia, located in the world-famous Torres del Paine National Park during the morning.
Alternative transfer from Calafate, making a couple of stops. The first one is in Puerto Natales, a small, lively town on the shores of "Seno de Última Esperanza" to enjoy a hearty local lunch, and the second one in Cueva de Milodon, a massive prehistoric cave where the remains of a giant ground sloth were discovered in the 1890;s. The whole journey is very scenic, with plenty of wild birds and wonderful landscapes to be seen.


EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge Laguna Azul Landscape

Sarmiento & Laguna Azul BBQ

Day 2

Monday
Transfer to Sarmiento Lake's western shore to begin walking down a trail from the road towards the Lake's edge. Across the scenic shoreline, it is possible to see many birds and also the monument of the first man to film Patagonia by air in the 1920's: Gunther Plüschow.
Transfer to Laguna Azul to enjoy a BBQ lunch at a warm 'quincho,' while looking over the lake, with the three granite in the distance.
Hike to Macho Cañon where the typical Torres del Paine's fauna, including guanaco herds, can be appreciated.
Transfer to EcoCamp just in time for cocktail hour.


Gray Glacier nearby EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge

Drive & Walk Western Lakes, Navigation Gray Glacier

Day 3

Tuesday
Drive across the Park, admiring the view of Paine Grande and its snowy peaks, and Los Cuernos with its black, granite horn-like spires.
Stops at various viewpoints in search for herds of guanacos, Andean condors and interesting flora. Ideal to take photos.
Scenic walk along the tips of Pehoe Lake's sourhtern shore, with views of the vast Toro Lake.
Drive to Gray Lake and wander along the beach on the shores of the glacial water.
Tasty box-lunch before embarking on a boat ride across the icy waters to the towering blue walls of Gray Glacier.
Transfer back to EcoCamp.

Note: During Shoulder Season (September, October and April) the boat trip to Gray Glacier may be cancelled as the boat requires a minimum of 8 passengers to sail, which might not be reached in some cases. If this is the case we will plan an alternative excursion in the Park).


Herd of Guanacos near the EcoCamp Patagonia Lodge

Salto Grande, Cuernos viewpoint & Fauna Trail

Day 4

Wednesday
Transfer by van to the southern shore of Nordenskjold Lake, stoppoing in the magnificent Salto Grande waterfall, with its impressive cascading waters falling from Nordenskjold Lake into Pehoe Lake.
Arrival to Cuernos viewpoint, with a panoramic view of the mighty Horns.
Drive back eastwards along the northern shore of Sarmiento Lake until reaching the starting point of the Fauna Trail.
Spotting of the park fauna on the Patagonian plains including guanacos, ostrich-like ñandús and maybe the occasional puma prints!
Arrival to Laguna Amarga ranger station to be picked up and taken back to EcoCamp.


Sunset over the Tower Paines in Patagonia

Departure from EcoCamp

Day 5

Thursday
Morning transfer to Punta Arenas on time to catch the evening flight to Santiago. Those heading to Argentina board an earlier transfer heading to the border.


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