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CASCADA’S TEAM TRIP TO PICHILEMU
June 8, 2015 - 14:04
After such an intense 2014/2015 season, the Cascada team could not refuse a fun, relaxing, memorable trip far from the never-sleeping Santiago de Chile. On the 2nd of June, we headed to the Pacific coast to spend two days with the sweet melody of the waves at Pichilemu, the famous beach resort city located southwest of Santiago.
How-to-run-a-marathon-in-Patagonia
May 28, 2015 - 09:23
This September, the Patagonia International Marathon once again comes to Chilean Patagonia to enchant runners from around the world. While running is great for body and mind (and spirit when running through landscapes as eye-catching as those in Torres del Paine!) it's also highly challenging. Our own Ximena Tello tells us more about how to achieve mind/body balance while running - and we reveal the details of our special marathon deal at EcoCamp. Ready, set, go!
The Wild Horses of Patagonia: An Interview with Victor Moraga
May 25, 2015 - 11:35
Are you dreaming of an encounter with the mysterious wild horses of Patagonia in a little-known part of Torres del Paine? As the final part of our series on baguales, we interviewed Victor Moraga, an expert on baguales who runs Patagonia Bagual, to take a closer, more scientific look on these fascinating creatures.
WE'RE REVAMPING ECOCAMP
May 25, 2015 - 09:15
Since 2000, we’ve been buoyed by the challenge of running a sustainable hotel in Torres del Paine, one of the world’s most-loved tourist destinations. EcoCamp is the answer to environmentally-conscious travelers’ dreams: physical outdoor adventure, sustainable living and an intimate atmosphere all rolled into one.
TOP 5 THINGS TO DO IN & AROUND PUERTO NATALES
May 22, 2015 - 10:33
Famous for being the jumping off point to Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales is fast turning into a worthy tourist destination of its own. With a growing local food scene and adventure opportunities sprouting all around the district, travelers can have a hard time knowing where to start. Hiking? Horseback riding? Glacier-spotting? There's a bit of everything waiting for you. To get you started, here are five of our favorite things to do in and around Puerto Natales.
PATAGONIA'S PAST: SHAKESPEARE'S INSPIRATION
May 20, 2015 - 09:01
Patagonia is a mystical land, a fertile ground for myth-making. Indeed, Patagonia's legendary status makes its real history almost as weird and wonderful as the legends themselves.
A Foodie's Crash Course in Chilean Cuisine - Monthly Mixed Tape
May 14, 2015 - 10:28
For foodies, hearing of those who eat "because they have to" is a little, well, sad. With a planetful of colorful cuisine to sample in a lifetime, it's no wonder trying new foods features so highly on most travelers' to do lists. Chile doesn't disappoint. From the north's tropical fruits, to its central valleys' wine regions and the gamey creations dreamed up in Patagonian kitchens, discerning palates exploring Chile won't feel bland. In this month's Mixed Tape, Chilen food (plus options for vegetarians and hikers) is our focus. Grab a fork!
PATAGONIA'S PAST THE BUTTON AND THE BASKET
May 13, 2015 - 09:35
Patagonia is a mystical land, a fertile ground for myth-making. Indeed, Patagonia's legendary status makes its real history almost as weird and wonderful as the legends themselves.
Patagonia Ebook Reviews: Patagonia
May 8, 2015 - 14:26
So far in this series on ebooks relating to Patagonia, we’ve reviewed Simon Worrall’s memoir The River of Desire, The Tourist Trail by John Yunker, Three Journeys to Patagonia by Nick Green, The Condor’s Feather by Margaret Muir, Patagonia - A Cultural History by Chris Moss, Enduring Patagonia by Gregory Crouch and The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin. This time, we read Patagonia by Jaime Said (thanks to the publisher for a review copy), a recent attempt at a comprehensive survey of Patagonia - with unimpressive results.
Patagonia's Past: How Fitz Roy almost discovered Fitz Roy
May 7, 2015 - 10:02
Patagonia is a mystical land, a fertile ground for myth-making. Indeed, Patagonia's legendary status makes its real history almost as weird and wonderful as the legends themselves.

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