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On our luxury tours and trips to Patagonia discover the best in top-class 5-star hotels, spas and resorts in this remote and beautiful part of South America.
Patagonia luxury travel means a mix of sumptuous accommodation with gourmet food, fine Argentinean and Chilean wines, the best guides and outstanding views in some of Patagonia’s top haciendas and resorts.
In Torres del Paine National Park, choose from a range of accommodation such as Hotel las Torres, Tierra Patagonia, Hosteria Lago Grey and Explora. All have expert guides and top quality service, an ideal base for a holiday in style.
For glamping options, try the yurts at Patagonia camp on the shores of Lake Toro, or the domes at the Eco-camp. They are superbly well kitted out, the hospitality, food and guiding second to none.
Splashing out on luxury still means indulging in adventure as the most stylish accommodation is perfectly located in scenic national parks of Patagonia. Activities are right on the doorstep and the best in vehicles and guides is used for your comfort.
Estancias in Argentina offer the best in Patagonia luxury travel. Estancia Cristina near Calafate offers full board, a choice of activities such as horseback riding, 4×4 vehicle excursions, birding, boat trips or guided hikes.
On your luxury trip to Patagonia, we plan the itinerary to suit your interests. Our speciality is private tailor-made, bespoke tours to the most beautiful parts of Patagonia.
Whether lodge-based trekking, estancia travel, horse riding or wildlife watching, ask us for our suggestions.
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Staff were superb and provided an excellent service. This may have been helped by Sue and I being the only two people staying at the adventure camp. The staff in the office in El Chalten were very good, too. We were lucky that the accident happened on the way down the Loma del Diablo and about 1 hour from the road and also lucky that our guide Juan was able to carry Sue down.
The cruise was great – fantastic organisation, very professional staff and all very interesting. We landed at Cape Horn but were not able to cruise round it as the weather was too bad.
D. Rowell, UK, 2010
» Patagonia Self-guided Tour with W Trek
A. Fraser, UK, 2012
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@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
2nd September, 2020 10:07 am
How do I successfully achieve high altitude acclimatisation? This is the question that anyone travelling to the high altitude Andean areas of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina or Colombia should be asking themselves. Successful acclimatisation will make a huge difference to your visit. It will mean you have a much safer and more enjoyable experience, whether trekking or climbing high Andean peaks. Over the past 25 years I have been up many 5,000 m plus peaks and trekked many fabulous routes in the Andes. I have suffered altitude headaches, lethargy, loss of appetite and certainly lack of breath when trying …
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