Patagonia Camp is nestled within a private forest reserve, nine miles south of the main entrance of Torres del Paine National Park. The camp overlooks Lake Toro and, in the distance, the Paine Massif.
The camp’s facilities include a main lodge, guide center, and 20 yurt cabins–most with lake views. The structures are connected by an elevated wooden boardwalk.
The full-board program at Patagonia Camp includes accommodation; group basis transfers (Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales, or the border crossing at Cerro Castillo); three meals daily; open bar with select beverages; guided excursions in the company of other guests; and national park entry fees.
Laundry service and premium beverages are available at an additional cost.
Staying at Patagonia Camp is no hardship. The yurt cabins are furnished with comfortable bedding, radiant heating, soft linens, and private en-suite bathroom (shower, vanity, and flush toilet). Other features include private terraces, wood floors, and a skylight dome.
The yurts are nestled within the native lenga forest, most with views of the lake and mountains. Wi-Fi is accessible in the main lodge.
The main lodge houses a restaurant, bar, lounge, library area, boutique, and reception.
Breakfast is buffet. Most lunches are packed for eating on-the-go during excursions. Dinners are multi-course, and feature fresh regional ingredients such as salmon, king crab, and lamb. A selection of Chilean house wines and beers is also offered.
Patagonia Camp’s full-board program includes guided full and half-day excursions in the company of other guests.
The camp’s list of excursions includes hiking, trekking, and kayak options, each graded by level of activity / difficulty. Catch-and-release fishing (self-guided) is also possible.
During much of the camp’s October to April season, privately-guided tour options are also possible.