We hope you have been enjoying (and sharing!) our new EcoCamp Patagonia video. To give you an insider’s view into what went on when we sent this film crew to Torres del Paine National Park, it’s now time to go behind the scenes!
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EcoCamp and Cascada Expediciones proudly announce the launch of a new video. Covering both the accommodation at EcoCamp and the expeditions offered to guests during their stay in Patagonia, the aim of this new video is to show the experiences offered to guests during their stay in the unique sustainable domes located right in the heart of Torres del Paine National Park. Click to WATCH NOW!
This week we say goodbye to one our beloved Travel Consultants, Paulina Lehuede. Paulina, or better known around the office as Piwi, has been with us since 2011 as our Trekking and Adventure Specialist. While she will be dearly missed here in Santiago, we are excited for her to start a new adventure in the Chilean Lakes District in the city of Temuco! We wanted to get a bit of better idea on where Piwi was headed, so we asked her a few questions about her and how she feels on this big life change!
Springtime in Patagonia really is the best. Here are the top 5 reasons why September is the time to visit Torres del Paine.
For the 3rd time around, runners from around the world will be coming to El Calafate to participate in this beautiful half marathon in either a 21K or 10K through Glacier National Park in the Argentinian Patagonia, home of the famous Perito Moreno Glacier.
The Chilean Lakes District, also known to some as Green Patagonia, may not be as intense as southern Patagonia, or as extreme as the arid Atacama in the north of the country, but this verdant region leaves no want for adventure. This section of almost 340 kilometers stretches from Temuco to Puerto Montt, and is riddled with turquoise blue lakes, the most picturesque snow-capped volcanoes, and mazes of crystalline rivers crashing through the greenest of forests and rolling through blankets of lush farmland.
Patagonia has welcomed the return of some very special visitors this year. The French-Chilean Expedition team of Centre Terre has made camp on Diego de Almagro Island - the southernmost limestone island off the coast of Southern Chile - to explore and document their findings of this area essentially untouched by man.