Glamping in Patagonia
Patagonia Camp is located on the shores of enormous Lake Toro and facing the Paine Massif, only 15km from the Torres del Paine National Park entrance.
Patagonia Camp's 18 impeccable yurts are poised above a sparkling turquoise lake in the rolling hills just outside of the National Park, and carefully placed in the steep wooded slopes so that each feels connected to nature from your private terrace. These circular en-suite tents are spacious, comfortable, and stylishly furnished, each with a view of the stars through a central window in the roof and central heating. The food is nothing like campfire grub either: Chilean chef Ludolf Lausen creates imaginative gourmet delights from local ingredients, such as king crab empanadas and creamy rabbit lasagna. He's even found a way to make turquoise blue pisco sours to match the lagoon.
Torres del Paine National Park is just fifteen minutes away, and there's pristine wilderness all around: guests can take a kayak out on the water, stroll to the nearby waterfall, or just wander along wooden walkways through lenga forest. Guided excursions vary in length and difficulty catering to all abilities and will lead you to discover Patagonia’s main attractions and landscapes.
Patagonia Camp offers all the wonderful things about camping—the views, close contact with nature, and that feeling of isolation all packaged up in comfort and style.
Why we like it
- Unique experience
- Stunning wilderness setting
- Excellent guiding
- Private terrace at each yurt
- Environmentally sensitive
At a Glance
Seasonal operation, October - April.