With glaciers, aquamarine lakes, shimmering blue caverns, and steaming temperate rainforests, the Aysen region of Chile has much to offer, but is often overlooked in favor of more famous Patagonian landmarks such as Torres del Paine. But that’s changing as more travelers take a chance on its outdoorsy charms, and come away greatly rewarded.
Patagonia is big, but your sense of adventure is bigger.
Combine the best of Chilean & Argentinean Patagonia
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Combine the best of the north of Chile & Argentina
with a 10% OFF in the Argentine Programs.
THE DIENTES CIRCUIT
THE SOUTHERNMOST TREK IN THE WORLD
Visit the spellbinding lost world of Navarino Island - an explorer's paradise of lush forests, rivers and lakes, and the mighty peaks of the Dientes Massif.
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Los Glaciares NP, with its famous Perito Moreno glacier, is definitely one of the most famous landmarks of Patagonia. This superb trip taking you through Argentine Patagonia is a perfect complement to our tours in Torres del Paine. Tell me more...US$2,030
Venture from the driest desert in the world and towering high-desert volcanoes and geysers to the watery fjords, icy glaciers, and deep ancient forests of Patagonia on this unparalleled adventure through Chile from north to south and everything in between!US$3,815
Torres del Paine National Park’s magnificent and unrivaled flora, fauna, and stunning vistas are at your fingertips with this customized adventure package, allowing you to handpick daily activities such as cycling, hikes, and nature walks, returning home to EcoCamp at the end of each day for cozy accommodations and sublime meals.US$2,569
We are a local Chilean owned adventure tour operator offering eco-friendly tours and custom trips in Patagonia, Chile, Chilean Atacama desert, Easter Island, Argentina and Bolivia. We run the award-winning EcoCamp Patagonia in Torres del Paine National Park. Activities we offer include wildlife photography tours, easy hiking tours, trekking, horseback riding, biking, kayaking, skiing, wildlife safari, Patagonia fly fishing, wine tours and multisport tours. In the last 24 years over 28,000 people visiting Chile have enjoyed Cascada-operated tours!
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You’ll want to be careful where you step at the OMORA Ethnobotanical Park on Navarino Island in Tierra del Fuego. Located in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve - heralded as one of the most sustainable places on Earth - OMORA specializes in scientific research projects examining the biodiversity of the region.
A victory was scored last week for wildlife conservation in Patagonia!
The Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve in the Lake District has finally, after a thirty year absence, welcomed home a dearly departed friend - the huemul deer!
Fans of EcoCamp Patagonia and Cascada Expediciones, we need your help!
Travel + Leisure’s 2017 World’s Best survey is now open for voting, and Cascada Expediciones and EcoCamp Patagonia are included in the "Hotel" and "Tour Operators" categories! If you could spare a few minutes, please vote and help us be chosen as two of the world’s best hotels and travel companies.
Today, we raise a glass to Chile’s flagship wine: Carménère.
This bold, complex red varietal, now a notable stand-alone wine but originally used for blends, is Chile’s version of Malbec; a high-quality, New World nectar of the gods that’s putting its parent country on the wine-world map.
In honor of World Carménère Day, we’re going back to the roots of this once-thought-extinct, Old to New World vine, exploring its distinctive taste and how it became a global ambassador for Chilean winemaking.
It's time to venture off the edge of the map to discover the epic mountains and views of the Dientes Trek.
South America is a mecca for some of the most cultural, scenic, and adventurous treks on the planet, such as the W Trek in Torres del Paine and the Inca Trail. But there’s one trek you’ve probably never heard of, and you should definitely add it to your travel list.
Prepare to sink your teeth into the Dientes Trek.
Perched on a hilltop in a place so naturally splendid it was voted the eighth wonder of the world, dwarfed by the sheer size and majesty of Torres del Paine National Park’s eponymous granite spires in the background, the mushroom-headed domes of EcoCamp Patagonia huddle close to the ground against the cold. Wind ripples at the ivy-green tarp covers, dappled by sunlight and passing clouds. Staff in cozy sweaters and fleeces bustle around, delivering fresh sheets, blankets, and fluffed pillows.
Chileans love a good party, and at no time is this more evident than when they celebrate Independence Day!
Falling on the 18 and 19 of September, Chile’s “Fiestas Patrias” is a national celebratory affair, a multi-day extravaganza of grand parades, traditional food and drinks, music, dance, and partying!
The fifth annual Patagonian International Marathon is just around the corner! Come mid-September, the roads of Ultima Esperanza Province will thunder with the pounding of runners’ shoes as competitors from all over the world race through some of the most staggeringly beautiful scenery on Earth!