If you long for an escape from everyday life, the isolation of the wild with only wild birds for company, and delightful Chilean food, then Patagonia Camp is for you. 20 impeccably decorated yurts stand beside the steep wooded slopes of the Cuernos del Paine, each with private bathrooms, a central window in the roof looking up at the unpolluted sky, and just a short meander along a wooden walkway to the central salon lounge and dining room.
Expert Chilean chef Bernardo Alvarez delights guests with his modern take on traditional local foods, serving delectable dishes including king crab empanadas and rabbit lasagne in a dining room that overlooks the endless Patagonian wilderness.
There is no shortage of exhilarating experiences at the camp, exploring the splendour of the mountainous landscapes. Try your hand at open water fishing in nearby rivers, hike through the Torres del Paine National Park at your leisure, or wander through the lenga forest admiring Chilean wildlife as you go. Most of all, enjoy your time in the untamed wilds of South America.