Luxury yurt camp set along a lakeside cliff with spectacular views, combining a sense of immersion in nature with the comforts of a hotel.
Weaving along a clifftop on the shores of Lago Toro, Patagonia Camp lies just outside Torres del Paine National Park, ensconced in spectacular wilderness scenery. Each of its individual luxury yurts has marvellous views, best enjoyed from private terraces that face out towards the lake and the spires of the spellbinding granite massif which dominates the landscape.
The 20 cosy yurts have the facilities of a good hotel: all are equipped with heating, en suite bathroom and even a skylight for stargazing. Inside, simple yet stylish décor takes its cues from local materials, textiles and crafts.
The camp was conceived to blend sympathetically with the ancient environment, and the yurts are sheltered from the wind by forests of southern beech. The entire complex is built on wooden stilts and platforms connected by elevated walkways, including the yurts, massage room and the communal building housing the restaurant, bar and lounge – a warm and welcoming space built from honey-coloured wood and criss-crossed by sturdy beams.
Depending on the length of your stay at the camp, there are several exciting excursions you can make by car and on foot. Drive across the windswept plains to see the highlights of the Torres del Paine National Park, stopping to enjoy horizon-bending panoramic views. Hikes through glorious wilderness, to reach waterfalls and crystal lagoons, or viewpoints from which you can survey the ice-carpeted peaks and glaciers calving into gem-clear, fathomless waters.
What our clients say
Remarkable place. Guides were fantastic. Food was good but not exceptional. The Yurts were warm, comfortable and with amazing lake views. It would be helpful to know that the all-inclusive tariff also includes drinks. More info on activity options prior to arrival would be helpful.AM,Cheltenham
Yurts cosy and comfortable, great location, wonderful people. They provide an experience, not just a hotel.RE, Knutsford
An unforgettable experience - though we were lucky with the weather which is an important factor here. Superb location, beautiful yurts with all the facilities you require. Excellent and attentive staff.Delicious food and superior wine on tap. Tours were brilliant and really well organised to allow for local weather conditions. One of the best places we have ever visited!JC, Wokingham
>Amazing place. Great common facilities, fantastic comfortable yurt, wonderful views and sense of calm. Staff were lovely, guides enthusiastic and knowledgeable. We had fantastic weather which made it even more special. Comfort food rather than fine dining, just right after the walks. Excellent bar and service from the bar.CB, Winchester
Would recommend this to everyone.They also managed to arrange walks according to ability without any problems.TS, Exmouth
"Yet another hotel where we thought 'What have we done to deserve being in such a fabulous place?' Amazing staff, great food, brilliant location, accommodation like we never knew existed - can we move in please?"CC, Carnforth
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