Patagonia

A vast area that consists of the southern half of South America, renowned for epic adventures and the most jaw dropping scenery in the world. Patagonia has some of the best eco-properties and experiences in the world. A world pioneer in keeping the planet healthy and respecting nature, Patagonia should be at the top of the list of any adventure lovers to go list. Check out our selection of fantastic eco-travel experiences here. Grab your adventure boots, grab the wide angle lens, lets go!

Eco Stays

EcoCamp was opened in 2001 by Javier, Yerko, and Nani. It was the region's first fully sustainable accommodation in the south of the Amazon and it is the world's first geodesic hotel room. The team at EcoCamp is an energetic mix of guides, cooks, assistants, maintenance staff, drivers, housekeepers, and administrators, mainly from the neighboring towns. Their hardworking and positive attitude ensures service levels for both guests and the environment are of the highest quality.
Torres del Paine National Park’s magnificent and unrivaled flora, fauna, and stunning vistas are at your fingertips with this customized adventure package, allowing you to handpick daily activities such as hikes and nature walks. Wildlife Safari Adventure also includes cozy accommodation and sublime meals at EcoCamp Patagonia.
Awasi is a collection of three small luxury lodges that offer all-inclusive private programmes in some of South America's most iconic destinations.
Awasi Iguazu has 14 villas - stepping away from the layout of a classic hotel, they have created individual villas nestled in the jungle. There are 13 Standard Villas (100 square meters), and 1 Master Villa (150 sq m). Each villa has a private terrace and plunge pool, and spacious living areas. The master villa has a larger plunge pool and living room allowing plenty of space for two couples or families. The interiors feature traditional textiles and baskets woven by the indigenous Guarani people, who still inhabit the region and are their neighbours.

Air Conditioning, Balcony/terrace, Bathrobe, Bathtub, En-suite Bathroom, Fueguia toiletries, Hair dryer, Make-up mirror, Minibar, Plunge Pool, Safe, Shower – Separate, Slippers, Tea Or Coffee Maker, telephone, Wi-fi

Awasi Atacama has 12 round suites made from adobe and thatch in fitting with the ancient pre-Inca building techniques of the area. Local artisans spent two years fashioning the adobe bricks used to construct the new rooms in a manner largely unchanged in the region for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. The bricks were moulded by hand on-site, slowly baking in the sun behind the hotel. 5 new suites were added in 2019, these are the highest category and the most spacious measuring 70 square meters and each one with its own internal patio. Again, the most important part is a private guide and 4x4 per room so that you can get out and explore the desert!

Bathrobe, Bathroom Amenities, Bathtub, Desk, En-suite Bathroom, Hair dryer, Make-up mirror, Outdoor shower, Private patio, Reading lounge, Separate toilet, Shared Terrace, Shower, Solarium, Twin vanity sinks

Awasi Patagonia has 14 villas, 13 are identical and then there is one master villa which is ideal for two families or couples with children. Inspired by gaucho’s outposts, they are built on stilts for minimal environmental impact Each villa has a hot tub, wood-burning stove, living room and measures 80 square meters. The master villa measures 120 square meters and has two bedrooms. All 14 villas have their own wood-fuelled hot tub outside. And don’t forget that at Awasi each room comes with its own 4x4 vehicle and private guide.

Bathrobe, Bathroom toiletries, Bathtub, Central heating, En-suite Bathroom, Hair dryer, Minibar, Safe, Slippers, Wood-burning fireplace