Travel Package – The Best Glamping in Patagonia
The Best Glamping in Patagonia
This special program was created to connect yourself with nature in the purest and original style of Patagonia Camp, the First Luxury Camp in South America. Enjoy an intimate contact with nature in Torres del Paine staying in a beautiful Yurt, with lovely views. Feel the wind and taste local cuisine with their All-Inclusive food and excursions program. On your way to Patagonia Camp, discover magnificent Buenos Aires, the astonishing Perito Moreno Glacier, and cosmopolitan Santiago de Chile.
ITINERARY AT A GLANCE
DAY 1 | Buenos Aires. Arrival in Buenos Aires. Welcome dinner and tango show.
DAY 2 | Buenos Aires. Half-day guided city tour accompanied by a local expert.
DAY 3 | Calafate. Arrival at the land of glaciers. Afternoon at leisure to explore the beautiful city.
DAY 4 | Calafate. Full-day discovering “Los Glaciares National Park” and the Perito Moreno Glacier.
DAY 5 | Torres del Paine. Arrival in Chilean Patagonia. Beginning of the Glamping all-inclusive experience.
DAY 6 | Torres del Paine. Full-day discovering the National Park and its surroundings.
DAY 7 | Torres del Paine. Full-day exploring spectacular landscapes accompanied by local guides.
DAY 8 | Torres del Paine. Last day to enjoy the great outdoors and the Glamping Adventure.
DAY 9 | Santiago de Chile. Arrival in Chile’s capital. Afternoon at leisure to relax or explore the city.
DAY 10 | Santiago. Morning at leisure prior to your international flight.
Please Note. This program includes an All-Inclusive Experience in Patagonia Camp, with shared transfers from El Calafate and to Punta Arenas airport, an extensive menu of excursions, and all your meals during your stay at this exclusive camp in Patagonia.
INCLUDED ON TRAVEL PACKAGES
- Private airport transfers
- Hand-picked accommodations
- Daily breakfast and selected meals
- Unique Activities
- English Speaking local guides
- Entrance Fees
- International and domestic flights
- Travel insurance
- Tips, City/Eco taxes
BUENOS AIRES | Faena Hotel
Park View Room: 375 ft². In the heart of spicy Puerto Madero, you’ll find Faena–a colorful, exciting, and eclectic luxury hotel with theatrical design. The Park View Room features minimalistic furnishings and delicate hand embroidered artisanal throws that glow in contrast to the deep red carpets and velvet drapes framing scenic views of Puerto Madero.
CALAFATE | Xelena Suites & Spa
Lake View Room size: 322 ft². Xelena is a modern hotel with the best views of Lake Argentino, exquisite gastronomy served in four different spaces, and a Zen Spa where guests can relax in front of this landscape after a long day of activities. The Lake View Room features a king-size bed, modern furniture, and technological equipment.
TORRES DEL PAINE | Patagonia Camp
Deluxe Yurt: 215 ft². This amazing glamping is immersed in the wonderful scenery of Chilean Patagonia and follows a strong eco-friendly policy. Yurts are lightly colored and circular in shape and designed to maximize both light and heat energy efficiently, offering guests pure contact with nature. The Deluxe Yurt has a private terrace and an ensuite bathroom.
SANTIAGO | The Singular Hotel
Classic Room: 300 ft². Located at the heart of the artistic and urban side of the city, this hotel was designed as a tribute to the cultural and historic surroundings. It holds a perfectly balanced architecture, setting, and gastronomy which integrate to the essence of the place. The Classic Room features a spacious king-size bed and a comfortable sofa.
Activities in Buenos Aires
Rojo Tango Show and Dinner
Conceived by the brilliant designer Philippe Starck, ''Rojo Tango'' recreates a French Cabaret from the beginning of the 20th century, offering VIP treatment to the attendees. With its excellent location, its magical surroundings, its special gastronomic offer, and a show that amazes due to its superb performances, production, costumes, and dynamism, Rojo Tango has earned a very special place in the history of tango. Prepared in the Bistro kitchen, the menu offers a variety of dishes produced with first quality ingredients and served with Champagne and Malbec & Chardonnay wines.
Buenos Aires City Tour
During these amazing highlights of Buenos Aires, you will visit all the must-sees with a local expert. Your guide will show you the special things that make this city unique: its architecture, its people, and its customs. You will have the opportunity to visit La Boca, the legendary tango and football neighborhood, Recoleta, with the French-influenced palaces, San Telmo, with colonial streets and preserved buildings, and Puerto Madero, the most modern district of the city.
Activities in Calafate
Perito Moreno Glacier
This Perito Moreno Glacier experience is a wonderful opportunity to explore and experience one of Argentina’s top attractions. This excursion allows you to spend the time you want to visit this incredible place, with several stops in viewpoints within the National Park and a visit to the runways, scenic spot peak. They are at different levels and let you contemplate the glacier from different angles and balconies. According to your fitness, you can reach the lower balcony and stay close to the glacier or get to the first balcony easily accessible for anyone.
Activities in Torres del Paine
*Please note that the excursions of the All-Inclusive Shared Program at Patagonia Camp are organized on the day of your arrival in conjunction with the other guests and with the team of expert guides. The adventure’s menu is extensive, here you find just a few ideas:
Base of the Towers
This is one of the most iconic routes in Torres del Paine National Park forming an essential segment of the “W” circuit, and it deserves all its famed reputation for the level of difficulty as well as for the unforgettable view that it offers - if the weather permits. You will climb through the forests of Lenga beech and Andean shrub-land before tackling the glacial moraine composed of blocks of granite that have been exposed to the harshness of the Patagonian climate. Upon reaching the Towers Lookout, find yourself in one of the most famous postcards from this part of the world, in an amphitheater of rocky peaks and glaciers.
The French Valley
The French Valley is one of the three principal attractions of the “W" circuit and it is one of the most striking trails in the National Park. The experience begins at the Pudeto Dock to take the catamaran that crosses the icy cold turquoise waters of Lake Pehoe to the slopes of Cerro Paine Grande. Here starts a marvelous hike full of scenic contrasts on the way to the Italian Camp; continue on upwards over an ancient glacial moraine and going through a wooded valley to reach the French Lookout. Discover the sensation of being in this amazing amphitheater in Torres del Paine surrounded by glaciers and impressive walls of granite.
The trail to the Grey Lookout is on the western side of the “W" circuit, and it follows the slopes of Mount Paine Grande after crossing Lake Pehoe from the Pudeto Sector on a boat trip of around 30 minutes. The path crosses gently undulating ravines, which will put the adventurer to the test physically until reaching the Grey Glacier Lookout with an incredible panoramic view of Lake Grey and its imposing glacier seen in the distance. From here, it is possible to see the icebergs floating on the lake and to feel the characteristic cold Patagonian winds.
This kayak trip is one of the exclusive treasures offered by Patagonia Camp. The expert team of guides will provide an informative talk on the technical basics of paddling and safety instructions. After getting fully kitted out with all the necessary equipment, start the activity at the banks of Lake Toro, the largest lake in the region with pure waters of tones that vary from deep blues to intense turquoises. You will enjoy a relaxing kayak trip around the well-protected bays and islands accompanied by extraordinary views of the Patagonian landscape. This activity is truly not to be missed!
WEATHER IN ARGENTINA & PATAGONIA
Argentina is located in the Southern Hemisphere, with winter lasting from June to September and summer from December to March. Given the immense size of the country, the weather varies hugely from one region to another: subtropical climate in the north, temperate and humid climate in the center, and cold and windy climate in the south (Patagonia).
Iguazú Falls: this region is hot and humid year-round, with regular rainfall. The average annual temperature is around 75º F.
Salta: this region has dry winters and warm-hot summers. The average annual temperature is around 67º F.
Buenos Aires: characterized by a moderate climate with hot-humid summers and cool-dry winters.
Mendoza: this region is dry year-round, moderately warm during summers and cold in winters, with minimal rain.
Patagonia: famous for its temperament: summer and winter can be experienced sometimes in one day, with not only extremes in temperatures – ranging from 34°F (1°C) to 66°F (19°C) – but also in day-to-day sunshine, wind, rain, and occasionally even snow, sometimes even in the same afternoon.