Awasi Patagonia is a luxurious lodge overlooking Torres del Paine National Park offering exclusivity and private guided explorations.
This luxurious, state-of-the-art Relais & Chateau-listed lodge is on a private reserve overlooking Torres del Paine National Park where you’ll encounter the primeval landscapes of Chilean Patagonia: sun-spangled blue and green lakes, glacier-jacketed mountains, wind-twisted trees and yawning expanses of open grasslands, all visited by hardy wildlife. The property is listed in the prestigious Relais & Chateaux portfolio.
The property’s simple, contemporary design was nonetheless inspired by traditional Patagonian shelters and ranching outposts, with many features created from local wood. Inside, you’ll find warm, earthy colours and fabrics and high-end facilities creating a really cosy place in which to relax after a day out in the wild. You stay in one of a dozen sumptuous free-standing villas from which you set out to explore the wilderness on foot, by bike, on horseback or on foot, cared for by watchful guides.
There’s nothing plain about the food: the top-quality cuisine is sophisticated and beautifully presented. Service all round is highly individual and exclusive – with the help of the obliging staff you’ll plan your experiences according to your own tastes and preferences. Each villa has its own guide and 4WD vehicle, so it really is up to you.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
Patagonia- exceeded very high expectations. JLA were great.AH, Northampton
Most Memorable Moment?: Very difficult! Vulcan Osorno, Moon Valley (even if not part of the arranged itinerary!), Tatio Geysers, Easter Island statues...RW, High peak
Highlight?: Easter Island and seeing the moai statues was a lifelong dream and did not disappoint. The guide was excellent a fantastic and beautiful island.LVA, Tamworth
Highlight?: The Grey GlacierJC, Ipswich
The excursions in Torres de Paine were exceptional.AD, Cambridge
From the point of view of JLA's organisation of our trip, the most memorable feature was the quality of the many small hotels we stayed in and the unforgettable views we so often had from our rooms. From the point of view of the trip itself, the most memorable places were 6 days of Torres del Paine in glorious sunshine and the indescribably wild and beautiful Southern Ocean.KB, Esher
Highlights: Valparaiso was stunning and Vina Santa Cruz a pleasant, relaxing surprise.MS, Shaftesbury
I was amazed and enthralled by Chile and am looking forward to visiting again.DP, Chiswick
Highlights?: Patagonia Camp and Torres del Paine National Park.CD, Shepton mallet
Highlight?: Touring Easter Island, it was a unique experience, one that is very different to many resort islands that one can visit worldwide.DM, Newcastle upon tyne
The three major parts, Atacama, Easter Island and Patagonia were all special in different ways.BM, Macclesfield
Chile is a very safe, friendly and beautiful country.CP, Budleigh Salterton
Most Memorable Moment?: For me, Torres del Paine as it appeared and disappeared through the clouds. The Explora hotel is in a fantastic setting and the views of the mountains are stunning. For my wife, she loved the Atacama and the Moon Valley in particular. Walking through the valley when there were just the three of us was really memorable.JM, Hatfield
Highlights?: Flying over the Andes Getting close to the Glacier in Patagonia View from Costanero Tower in Santiago The list goes onDW, Winchester
Three highlights: the trip over the Andes from Santiago to Mendoza with its links to San Martin's epic journey to liberate Chile and Peru in the 19th century; the three Neruda houses in Chile; and the Museo del Barro in Asuncion (Paraguay).JRF, Cambridge
Patagonia, the scenery and wildlife, getting up close to a glacier, Easter Island fulfilling a childhood dream and much more, the perfect volcano, Osorno, the geology and flamingoes of the Atacama. Santiago and Buenos Aires both quite different but equally fascinating.EL, London
Highlights?: Afternoon trek in the Moon Valley Atacama to see the sunset. It was magical. Patagonian 12K trek to Grey Glacier and boat trip to face of glacier. Rapa Nui to see the Moai at the quarry and Tongariki.GB, Lytham st. annes
Most Memorable Moment?: So many overall but the glaciers, Torres, the cruise and Orcas/penguins.AB, Fordingbridge
Being served Pisco Sours on the deck of the boat at Grey Glacier. The scenery was stunning and came as a surprise after the poor visibility on the outward trip.AM, Glasgow
Most Memorable Moment: Cycling around Puerto Varas in Chile.JL, Studley
A truly memorable trip all round because of the contrasts very difficult to pick the most memorable but Valparasio Casa Higueras we would have loved to have stayed longer and in Vina del Mar.DS, Chesham
Highlights: Visiting Patagonia and staying at the Patagonia campFT, Mansfield
The lasting impressions of this great country will be with me forever. So will the fantastic photos and memories.PC, Hereford
Highlights?: Too many to mention ! Great mix of culture, sights and experiences. Love the inclusion of a horse ride from The Singular in Patagonia.HJ,
Highlight?: Easter Island - amazing place - very good food, hardly any tourists and extraordinary history/statues etc. We could easily have stayed an extra night there. I would strongly recommend hiring a car there. We also booked a snorkelling trip which was good.CK, Ashtead
Highlight?: Trips into parts of the Atacma Desert that were not in fact desert but little islands of habitation frequented by only a few.RP, Glasgow
So many highlights- Tatio geyser, base of Torres del Paine walk, seeing puma and Easter Island memories for lifeHM, Bristol
The whole holiday was memorable but Patagonia Camp and the walk to the Torres del Paine was the best. Absolutely breath taking. We wished we had stayed one more night here.CB, Tonbridge
Highlights?: The time in Torres del Paine, both Patagonia Camp and the treks through the stunning scenery.AR, Reading
Patagonia's open spaces, clean air and stunning views. Chilean people were very friendly and helpful. Excellent food.MP, Hemel Hempstead
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Born in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, Mary’s insider knowledge and dry sense of humour make her a highly valued member of the Tailor-made Holidays and Group Tour sales team.
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Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.
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