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We suggest four or five nights to allow guests at least three days of guided excursions – particularly for those keen on the iconic hikes to the base of Los Torres and through the French Valley.
Days are spent exploring the Patagonian wilderness by foot or on horseback where rheas roam and guanacos pepper the hillside.
Visit Lago Grey and traverse its formidable glaciers, or kayak electric-blue deep-water lakes.
Patagonia Camp is located on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park, in southern Patagonia.
There are direct daily commercial flights from Santiago with LATAM and Sky to Punta Arenas (4.5 hours from the lodge). Flights to Puerto Natales (an hour from the lodge) are less regular, but worth taking advantage of. Those arriving from Argentina should fly to El Calafate, followed by a four-hour land transfer.
This part of Patagonia is notorious for strong winds. It is generally advisable to prepare for four seasons in one day. We encourage travel throughout the open season, from September (the beginning of Spring in Patagonia) through to April, where the lenga trees turn ablaze with the arrival of autumn. Temperatures vary drastically, from below freezing to 75°F (24°C) and sunny at any time of year. We encourage planning a year in advance when booking Patagonia Camp.