Venture from the driest desert in the world, 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!
Suite domes were designed to further our goal of providing comfort in a natural setting with minimal environmental impact, and also maintain the hotel’s familiar and cozy vibe. The domes have comfortable double or twin beds, a wood stove and a private bathroom with a state-of-the-art composting toilet.
Suite dome lofts are two-storey domes which fit up to four people and have comfortable double or twin beds both up and downstairs. These domes, ideal for families or groups of friends, come with a wood stove, a private terrace and a private bathroom with a state-of-the-art composting toilet.
Spacious, comfortable and equipped with private bathrooms, Superior Domes are the optimum choice for trekkers wanting that bit more space and comfort at the end of a long day’s walk. Each Superior Dome has comfortable queen-size or twin beds, a propane heater, skylight windows and a private bathroom with a sophisticated composting toilet
EcoCamp Standard domes were the world's first lodge accommodation in geodesic shape. They are resistant to the strong Patagonian winds, and come equipped with two single beds (doubles on request), cozy fleece blankets and feather quilts. There are windows in the ceiling for stargazing. Standard domes include shared bathrooms which are large, comfortable and gender divided.
Note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all standard domes will be reserved for individual travelers or travelers from the same reservation group.
Every day on request.
Your trip starts at Santiago's airport on day 1 and finishes back at Santiago's airport on day 13.
This is the right trip for energetic people who like to be active and have a spirit of adventure and a positive attitude. It is important to be in good physical condition.
You name it, Chile’s got it! From the world’s driest desert in the north of the country to its Mediterranean middle, to the expansive ice fields of Patagonia in the south, Chilean territory even expands to the semi-tropical Easter Island. The country follows the southern hemisphere season pattern, so expect hotter days between November and March and colder days between June and September. If you’re traveling from the country’s tip to tail, at whatever time of year come, prepared for every type of weather!
Be prepared for summer and winter all at once. Essential equipment includes a one day backpack (10 liters - to carry a camera, glasses, raincoat, etc), trekking or hiking boots, extra shoes for evenings or in case others get wet, waterproof jacket, two pairs of woolen socks, fleece jacket or sweater, shorts or comfortable loose pants, sun protection (glasses, hat, lip balm and screen) and optional Capilene underwear for the upper and lower body. US$ in cash for buying extra drinks/snacks or souvenirs in Torres del Paine National Park.
We reserve the right to change the order of the itinerary at the sole discretion of the trip guide and based on operational considerations. The trip guide can also modify, change or eliminate part of the itinerary based on safety/weather considerations.