Departures: Monday Weekly Oct - Apr
Inclusions: Accommodation, local service charges an dhotel taxes, excursions & transfers with local english speaking guide as specified in itinerary, meals as specified in itinerary, all ground transport private & domestic as indicated in the itinerary, boat crossing over Lake Grey, Park fees for Cueva el Milodon and Torres del Paine National Park, english speaking guide, Sleeping bag for the refugios if needed, Transportation for your luggage within the Park. While trekking you must carry your day pack.
Regular bus tickets Calafate - Natales if starting/finishing in Calafate
Exclusions: Airfares to/from Punta Arenas, Airport taxes, excess baggage fees, insurance (it is mandatory to purchase appropriate insurance for this trip), Tips & Gratuities, meals not specified in itinerary & items of personal nature, soft drink or snacks not included in meals at ecocamp.
Torres del Paine
Ecocamp Located in the heart of Torres del Paine, the EcoCamp consists of tented igloo-type domes built to minimize the environmental impact while providing a comfortable setting and maximum exposure to nature. There is electricity available for charging just camera batteries (voltage: 220 Volts at 50 Hertz, two round pins plug). Food at the EcoCamp has the same quality as the one you will have on a family dinner at your home, this means it is plenty and delicious!
Standard Domes at EcoCamp Twin or double. Two people booking together will have their own dome. Accommodation for single travelers will be on a sharing basis. The exception will be travelers of opposite genders not wishing to share. Bathrooms are divided by gender and shared by all guests staying in standard domes. They have showers with hot water.
Superior Domes at EcoCamp (Optional upgrade) 23mt² / 250 ft² semispherical tented domes equipped with private bathrooms and a comfortable queen size bed. They also have an innovative compost device for generated waste and electric stove for heating the interior.
Refugio These are typical mountain huts, open to the public that visits Torres del Paine. It has rooms for 4-6 people. The beds are single, bunk type and we will provide you with a sleeping bag and a polar fleece liner (you don't need to bring a sleeping bag!). The bathrooms are also shared and they have hot water. The refugios are heated and have a very comfortable dining area. Food at the refugios could sometimes don’t match your expectative, it is simple food prepared for mountain people with low emphasis in flavor and presentation. If refugios are unavailable, alternative accommodation will be provided in tents with prior notice.