- electricity - lights
- electricity - outlets
- patio / deck
- running water - sinks
- running water - toilet
- safe - in room
19%, not included
Not offered at this property
Meals, beverage and activities.
Not expected, but appreciated
Extra charge for additional guests up to maximum occupancy. All-inclusive 2 night packages include 1 at $500, 2 at $1000.
Hats, sunglasses, small backpacks, gloves, and jackets.
Individuals Reservations (1-6 persons / until 3 Yurts)
No Show 100% of the total cost of the reservation Groups Reservations (7-36 persons / until 4 Yurts)
Important note: All extra expenses that can occur in the event a programed tour should be cut short or extended, as compared to the originally paid-for tour, for reasons not imputable to Patagonia Camp such as weather conditions, bridge blocks, border crossing, natural disasters, etcetera, are to be borne by the travelers. In this case Patagonia Camp will not be held liable to pay compensations or refunds of any sort, and therefore is suggested visitors purchase travel insurance covering this type of events.
Pets are not allowed at this property.
Patagonia Camp can be reached from Punta Arenas via Puerto Natales or from Calafate in Argentina by crossing the border at Cerro Castillo.
From Puerto Natales
To reach Patagonia Camp from Puerto Natales, you must go north and take the road to “Cueva del Milodon” (Cave of the Milodon). Continue along this road for another 60 km after passing the Milodon Cave. The entrance to the Camp is 4.9 km after the bridge and Cabins Rincón, on the right, at km 74.
In Cerro Castillo you take the road north towards Torres del Paine National Park. After 6 km, at the fork, take the left road leading to Bahia el Bote Camping site and follow the main road until you reach the crossing with the road to Torres del Paine National Park. Turn right and you will find the entrance to Patagonia Camp, 4.9 km after the bridge/Cabañas Rincón, on the right, at km 74.
Flights Santiago – Puntas Arenas
All major Chilean airlines have frequent daily flights from Santiago, the capital of Chile, to Punta Arenas. There is also the direct alternative: Santiago to Puerto Natales with Sky Airlines. (Visit their Web page for details of flight dates and frequency.)
Patagonia Camp is located 15km from the Serrano entrance to the national park.View Google Maps
Patagonia Camp is the first glamping resort in Chile. It is an original and distinctive concept where every detail has been carefully thought of so that guests may thoroughly enjoy the magnificent and wild nature of mythical Patagonia.
Patagonia Camp is located on the shores of enormous Lake Toro and facing the Paine Massif, at kilometer 74 of the new road connecting Puerto Natales with National Park Torres del Paine. Patagonia Camp is located 15km from the Serrano entrance to the national park and close to the main attractions that have made Torres del Paine world famous.
This luxury camp features 20 yurts with heating, water, phones and other modern amenities. Patagonia Camp has been designed for every guest to experience and enjoy the wonderful nature of Patagonia with great comfort. From within the yurts you will be able to hear the sound of wind or rain while you go to sleep, gaze at the stars right from your comfortable bed, and encounter one of the most beautiful landscapes of the world from your window or every time you step outside on the walkways. You will be immersed in a beautiful, aromatic native forest of Coigües and Notros, and enjoy watching and listening to the many bird species that live among.
Patagonia Camp offers a selection of the finest Chilean wines.
The staff provides attentive, friendly service to make guests feel at home.
One free night in Punta Arenas for all-inclusive programs!
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