EcoCamp Patagonia

Staying at EcoCamp Patagonia

EcoCamp Patagonia is nestled in a beech forest inside the eastern edge of Torres Del Paine National Park (Patagonia Chile), facing the three granite monoliths from which the park gets its name (blue towers). EcoCamp Patagonia is camping in style, or ‘glamping’ – an environmentally friendly eco-camp that offers a superb way to get closer to nature and a comfortable base from which to explore Patagonia.


The camp is made up of large dome tents (actually more like a yurt or Mongolian ger), with windows, comfortable beds and feather quilts.  Suite domes have low-emission heaters and en-suite facilities. Meals are provided in the communal dining dome.  EcoCamp’s excellent guides escort guests on a wide range of amazing walks, tours and excursions.

To make a booking or create a personalised itinerary in South America contact our expert travel consultants at South America Travel Centre email: or phone: 1300 784 794


Suite Domes

Suite dome EcoCamp Patagonia, Chile

The EcoCamp Suite Domes is a spacious 28 square metres and is perfect for those looking to combine adventure with comfort. The Suite Dome offers an open terrace, enclosed porch, king size bed or twin beds, low-emission wood stove, heater in bathroom, private bathroom, state of the art composting toilet.

Suite Dome Loft

Patagonia Chile

A lofty two story dome which has been have been designed to sleep four guests comfortably offering twin beds or a king and two twin beds. Perfect for a family or group of friends the Dome Suite Loft is 37 square metres and equipped with a modern low emission wood-stove, private terrace and private bathroom with state of the art composting toilet, comfortable sofas, an enclosed porch and a heater in the bathroom.

Superior Domes

Superior Dome Cascada EcoCamp Patagonia

Spacious and comfortable, the Superior Dome is 23 square metres and the perfect retreat for trekkers after a day filled with activity. Each Superior Dome has a queen size bed or twin beds, a heater and private bathroom with sophisticated composting toilet.

Standard Dome

Standard Dome, Cascada Eco Camp, Patagonia, Chile

Equipped with ceiling windows to star gaze whilst falling asleep the Standard Domes can be booked on a sharing basis for solo travellers who will be paired with someone of the same gender. Although Standard Domes do not have heating or electricity they are cozy with warm fleece blankets. There is LED lighting throughout the camp and access to electricity for charging cameras in the Community Domes.

Community Domes

Community Domes Escada Ecocamp Patagonia Chile

The Community Domes are great for socializing, sharing meals and meeting your guides before the days adventures. Three community domes are all equipped with wood stoves and connect to sleeping quaters by raised wooden walkways. The Domes are are surrounded by terraces to relax and enjoy the surroundings.

A Day At Ecocamp

lounge-area Ecocamp. Patagonia Chile

Your morning will begin with breakfast with your fellow trekkers before heading off on your day of activities. When you return to camp in the afternoon you may wish to relax at the bar by the fireplace reminiscing the days events with your fellow travellers. Dinner is served in the dining room where you will enjoy a hearty three course meal.

For more information on EcoCamp and to make a booking, call 1300 784 794 or email


Wildlife Patagonia Chile Torres Del Paine

Los Torres Del Paine is renowned for its incredible flora, fauna and views. This tour allows guests to handpick daily activities such as: nature walks, hikes, cycling whilst enjoying the EcoCamp facilities at the end of each day to relax and take in the beautiful surrounds and delicious cuisine. The wildlife you may see includes: guanacos, pumas, deer and foxes as well as over 100 differnet species of birds. The activity options vary from easy to difficult so there is something for everyone no matter what your fitness level. View full itinerary here.

Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:


This new program to the EcoCamp Patagonia options offers guests the opportunity to explore the highlights of Torres Del Paine on foot, on horseback, by bicycle and on a kayak.


This itinerary starts on Sundays in Punta Arenas or El Calafate and a moderate fitness level is required. Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:

Torres Del Paine Patagonia Chile

EcoCamp offers a unique version of the famous W trek in which trekkers stay at EcoCamp majority of the nights and in mountain huts with comfortable bedding and meals on the other nights. Specialist guides lead the group on this unforgettable trek.


This trek is quite demanding and a good level of fitness is required. 7 day and a 5 day options are available. Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:

Patagonia Cascada EcoCamp

One of the most striking trekking routes in the would, the Torres Del Paine Circuit is the ultimate challenge. EcoCamp offers a unique version of the circuit around the Paine Massif. Highlights include the John Gardner Pass, Grey and Dickson Glaciers, French Valley, The Torres and diverse wildlife.


This trek is demanding and a good level of fitness is required. This trek is 9 days. Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:

Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

This tour enables guests to experience the most beautiful places in Patagonia whilst coming home to EcoCamp Patagonia each or rustic hotels in Argentina. The highlights of this tour include: Torres del Paine flora and fauna as well as breathtaking sites including Grey Glacier, Torres, Mount Fitz Roy, Perito Moreno.


This tour requires a moderate level of fitness. Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:


This premium photo adventure is perfect for keen photographers to capture wildlife and landscape images with a group of like minded travellers. Photography expert Diego Araya guide the tour to the best spots to capture sightings of rare species including the elusive puma. He will also give professional advise and instruction on capturing the best image in this incredible region. Spend each night in the cosy domes at Cascada EcoCamp where you can review your images and share tips with fellow guests.


Our Travel Specialists will be able to advise you which program is the best for you. To request a tailor-made itinerary or to speak to a consultant call 1300 784 794 or email:


  • I’ve been to impressive national parks – quite a few – and I am the first to admit that I had high expectations of Torres del Paine National Park. I’d seen countless photos, spoken to colleagues and clients who’d been there and raved about it, and had done my research....

  • Equipped with solar panels, a micro-hydro turbine and composting toilets, Cascada EcoCamp is a leader in environmentally responsible travel and has been certified as an ISO14001 property, complying with high environmental standards. EcoCamp works hard to minimise the footprint of each visitor to Torres del Paine national park through development and implementation of green technology....

  • These elusive cats are found throughout the Americas, where they’re known by three different names; mountain lion, cougar and puma. In South America they’re found in rainforests as well as in the mountainous region of Patagonia....

Weather in Patagonia

If you are considering venturing into the remote wilderness of Patagonia but you are unsure of when to go, this quick guide will give you an insight into what each season offers.


Autumn (March – May)

The temperature drops (average high 17ᴼC / low 3ᴼC) but so do the number of visitors. The autumn leaves and their beautiful colours make Patagonia in autumn a delight for photographers and hikers alike. The contrasting colours light up the landscape as the mountains soar above. A pleasant surprise when visiting during this season is that the winds drop-back again making the temperature quite pleasant for hiking and other outdoor activities.


Winter (June – August)

Most of the hiking trails and main attractions are closed in winter so you may wish to avoid visiting during this time. However for photographers winter presents an opportunity for incredible images. The mountains and glaciers are covered in snow and the National Parks are often considered their most picturesque during this time. It is extremely cold (average high 15ᴼC / low 0ᴼC) so you will need to ensure you have the right clothing to keep you warm, the wind also adds an additional chill factor. The days are short with between 8 & 9 hours of daylight – plenty of time to enjoy the warmth and hospitality of the many excellent lodges.


Spring (September – November).

The temperature is cool (average high 17ᴼC / low 3ᴼC) but if you desire a more private experience and are prepared with suitable gear you will find springtime exceptional. You will be spoilt with colourful spring bloom and a greater possibility of spotting some of the more timid animals due to fewer visitors. The winds are often not as strong as they can be during other seasons and accommodation is priced to reflect the ‘shoulder’ season.


Summer (December – February).

Summer is the peak season when Patagonia has the highest number of visitors. Summer offers the warmest weather (average high 22ᴼC / low 5ᴼC) and long days (17 hours of daylight), it is a great time to get outdoors and enjoy the wilderness as well as the spectacular views. However as this is aptly called the ‘peak’ season you will find that you will be sharing the parks with many other visitors and be subject to peak season accommodation prices. Another element worth noting is that the wind is particularly strong during the summer months and can reach up to 120 kilometres per hour.

When planning your trip you can use this as a guide but please be aware that the weather fluctuates greatly from day to day so you may experience snow, rain, sleet, sun any day during any season and sometimes all in one day.

Client Reviews

client-review Cascada EcoCamp Patagonia Chile

David and Sam Scott

EcoCamp Patagonia was the highlight of our trip. Our own snug eco dome with a fire-place.  Every night we with met with other world travellers (including Australians) to hear about the easy, moderate and extreme activity choices on offer for the following day. The staff were like family and took great effort in ensuring our comfort and guidance. Sensational food including fresh seafood.  Chose glacier trip, wild horse spotting, mountain biking and bush walking.

We will tailor the perfect holiday to suit your needs.