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February 2, 2016 - 15:53
On a rare cloudy Friday afternoon in Santiago, Vicky and I went on an E-bike tour of Santiago, taking in the sites with minimal effort - but still getting the rewarding feeling of powering your own adventure (sort of).
EcoCamp Charity Auction 7 Days Wildlife Safari for two at EcoCamp Patagonia2.jpg
February 1, 2016 - 16:10
At Cascada Expediciones and EcoCamp Patagonia we believe in giving back to our local environment which is why we have pledged to give a sum of money to the Torres del Paine Legacy Fund. The fund supports sustainable projects around the national park - and we are teaming up with
Patagonia Indian Summer - 5 Reasons to Visit in April 2016
January 26, 2016 - 13:45
Picture the scene: You awake to the crisp morning air as the sun begins to peep over the jagged mountain tops. You eat your fill of a hearty, warming breakfast and hit the trail. The only sounds are the birds, the wind, the trees and your own footfall. You and your hiking group are the only people around for miles. Patagonia is all yours... The reality of travelling to Patagonia is often a little different. Visitors from all around the world flock to this area of outstanding natural beauty in their thousands each high season and you might have to work to find your little piece of personal Patagonia. But it doesn’t have to be that way! We take a look at five reasons you should consider visiting Patagonia during April’s blissful Indian summer.
January 18, 2016 - 09:41
2016 Cascada Travel Calendar
December 21, 2015 - 16:04
2016 Cascada Travel Calendar
December 14, 2015 - 16:50
At the Cascada Expediciones offices it is pretty standard for the team to rock up to work in hiking boots or sports gear, even though we are situated in the middle of the Santiago business district - we just like to feel as though we are ready for anything. 
The Environmental Game-Changers of Patagonia
December 13, 2015 - 12:21
At Cascada Expediciones we are sad to have heard of the death of Douglas Tompkins. Tompkins died after a kayaking accident on Lake General Carrera, aged 72. Whilst it my be of no comfort to his family and friends, one can only say that it is a fitting way to go for this passionate protector of the Patagonian wilderness - out in the nature he loved so much. Successful conservation is not just a matter of leaving nature as it is. It is the fruit of many years of effort of dedicated environmentalists and ecologists. In Patagonia, large swaths of virgin land have been saved from development thanks to the work of people who have had the foresight to start the campaign before it’s too late. Who are these indefatigable environmental game-changers of Patagonia? In this Cascada post, we meet the Tompkins', a couple who has left a formidable environmental legacy in Patagonia.
Patagonia Wildlife Safari featuring Wild Horse Tracking in March and April 2016
December 10, 2015 - 08:45
"Where's that coming from? That rhythmic pounding, that galloping sound. Starting off from far away, it's getting if about to pass right in front of us!” Thankfully, it's not a guy hiding behind a tree clapping coconut shells together! Far better, that galloping signals the arrival of a herd of baguales, or wild Patagonian horses, who roam the steppe after escaping the gauchos’ domesticity.  
December 9, 2015 - 17:10
EcoCamp is proud to have received the prestigious Greenleaders certification. The first Geodesic Hotel in the world is also the first in Chilean Patagonia to be rewarded for our commitment to sustainability with the Platinum level - the highest level of distinction. The Greenleaders program rewards hotels who are committed to environmentally friendly tourism.
November 25, 2015 - 18:03
“Sometimes what you're looking for comes when you're not looking at all.”