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EcoCamp Patagonia Wildlife Safari tour

EcoCamp Patagonia Wildlife Safari

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Physical Level: Full day hiking or trekking over medium to long distances. Moderate expectation of physical fitness. Strenuous
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
7 days
From: $ 2,668 $ 381 / day
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Overview

Highlights

  • Experience drive toward Laguna Azul, passing alongside the Paine Massif
  • Have the full Torres del Paine experience and see views of the epic Torres
  • Enjoy Drive and Walk to Western Lakes, Grey Glacier Boat Ride
  • See Pehoe Lake and enjoy Boat Ride and French Valley Hike
  • Enjoy drive toward Laguna Azul, where you will travel through the Cordillera Masle
  • Enjoy the views of Baguales, Salto Las Chinas, and Barranca de los Toros Pass
  • Hike along the mountain for half an hour, admiring the view of the surrounding pampas

Short Description

Customizable Patagonian Wildlife Adventure. Customize your Patagonian adventure with the Wildlife Safari at EcoCamp Patagonia in beautiful Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia! Nestled on a hilltop in the heart of the eighth natural wonder of the world, the Wildlife Safari is the perfect option for diverse adventurers hoping to see and experience as much of the park as possible during their stay in the award-winning geodesic domes of EcoCamp, using flexible day trips that showcase different areas and activities such as boat rides, hikes, cycling, and much more!

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
Spend most of the time outdoors. Common trip themes and activities include cycling, hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting.
Itinerary Focus Active
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport Only ground transport
Start City Punta Arenas
End City El Calafate

Trip Includes

  • Accommodation at EcoCamp’s Suite, Standard or Superior Domes.
  • Regular bus tickets Calafate<>Natales if starting/finishing in Calafate, check last section.
  • All ground transport as indicated in the itinerary.
  • English speaking guide. Guide ratio 1:12. Max group size: 16 people.
  • Park fees for Cueva del Milodon and Torres del Paine National Park.
  • Boat ticket for crossing Grey Lake* and/or Pehoe Lake. *please check the itinerary
  • Meals: Day 1: Lunch / Box Lunch & Dinner; Days in between: Breakfast; Box Lunch & Dinner; Last day: Breakfast & Box Lunch

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Itinerary

Note: Every day except Sunday (and if there is low availability or bad weather), there will be three excursions to choose from, which will be presented and explained to you the evening before during a briefing in the Bar or Community Domes.

Day 1: Hiking or Biking to Laguna Azul:

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Activity: Nature Walk or Biking

Schedule: 10am to 4pm

Distance: 5km / 3mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 2h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

The day begins with a drive toward Laguna Azul, passing alongside the Paine Massif and marveling at views of the epic Torres, as well as passing by herds of guanacos and other wildlife. There will be opportunities to stop the car, get out, and take pictures. When we arrive at Laguna Azul (“Blue Lagoon”), we'll take a break to eat our lunch, while enjoying views of the three granite towers in the distance. After lunch, you can either bike or hike on a trail near Laguna Azul to see and experience more of the surroundings. At the end of the day, we return to EcoCamp in time for cocktail hour.

Trek to base of the Torres:

 Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 5pm

Distance: 22km / 14mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 9h

Altitude point: 914m / 3000ft

This is one of the most famous hikes on the W Circuit, and an absolute must for anyone hoping to have the full Torres del Paine experience. After a large breakfast to fuel up for the day ahead, the group will set off from Ecocamp toward Hostería Las Torres and then join the uphill path to Ascencio Valley. The path takes us through beech forests and alongside small rivers until we reach the biggest challenge: a steep moraine of jumbled boulders that we need to climb to reach the iconic look-out point of the three granite spires with the glacial lake below. At the lookout, we’ll stop for lunch, photos, and to savor the view, before backtracking along the same trail to return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved cocktail and dinner.

Pehoe Lake Boat ride and French Valley Hike:

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 8pm

Distance: 18km / 11mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 6h

Altitude point: 500m / 1640ft

After breakfast and a drive to Pudeto dock on Pehoe Lake, we’ll take a catamaran to the north-western part of the lake to pick up the trail to the French Valley in the heart of the Paine Massif. Depending on the group’s hiking rate, we will either go half-way through the valley or, if the group is hiking at a faster pace, we’ll reach the hanging bridge over the French River, which offers unparalleled views of the whole valley spread out before us. On the hike, we’ll be able to see the valley's famous geological formations: Hoja (Blade), Máscara (Mask), Espada (Sword), Catedral (Cathedral), Aleta de Tiburón (Shark’s Fin) and the magnificent Fortaleza (Fortress). We will then pause for a picnic and to relax a while, before leaving the valley by way of a trail that takes us through grassland and light forests to the Refugio Paine Grande by Lake Pehoe to take the catamaran back to the dock and then return to EcoCamp.

*Please note: The French Valley excursion varies throughout the season depending on the catamaran connecting Pudeto and Refugio Pehoe. During May (low season), the catamaran service will be out of operation. Therefore, this excursion will be substituted with a 15km/9mi Trek to Los Cuernos, which leads us along the beautiful Lake Nordenskjold, offering chances to admire and learn about local flora and fauna, and thrill at the awesome sight of the massive, black-tipped “horns” of the Cuernos of the Paine Massif.

Day 2: Drive and Walk to Western Lakes, Grey Glacier Boat Ride: 

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Activity: Nature Walk & Boat Trip

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 0.8km / 0.5mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 1h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

The day kicks off with a drive across the park, passing along the front of the Paine Massif with spectacular views of the Cuernos, and we’ll pull over at various viewpoints for pictures and to enjoy the moment, as well as see herds of guanacos and other flora and fauna. We’ll take a short hike to the mighty Salto Grande waterfalls that connect Lake Pehoe and Lake Nordenskjold before continuing our drive to Grey Lake, where we’ll eat lunch and board the ferry that will take us right up to the blue walls of Grey Glacier. After spending plenty of time at the glacier to show us different viewpoints and let everyone take pictures and admire it, the boat returns us to land and we head back to EcoCamp.

*Please note: the Grey Glacier boat trip is subject to availability, so please confirm your reservation in order to participate on the day of your arrival. (*During shoulder season - September, October, April and May - the boat trip to Glacier Grey may be canceled as the boat requires a minimum of 15 passengers to sail, which might not be reached in some cases. If this is the case, we will plan an alternative excursion in the park.)

Western Lakes drive, Cerro Ferrier Hike: 

Activity: Hiking

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 12km / 7.50mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 3.30h

Altitude point: 800m / 1970ft

We begin the day driving across the park, admiring the view of Paine Grande's snowy peaks and the black, granite, horn-like spires of Los Cuernos, and then taking a walk to see the furious Salto Grande waterfall. After, we’ll drive to Cerro Ferrier for a hike through a Magellanic forest full of wildlife, where we may even have the chance to see the huemul, a tiny South Andean deer that is on the Chilean coat of arms. The hike goes uphill for about an hour and a half to reach a breathtaking viewpoint of the Paine Massif, Grey Glacier and some of the most famous lakes of the National Park. We will then walk back to Grey Beach to meet our fellow travelers coming back from the boat ride and all head to Ecocamp to enjoy a relaxed evening.

Lazo Weber Hike: 

Activity: Hiking

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 12km / 7,5mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 5h

Altitude point: 700m / 2300ft

After breakfast, we’ll start driving, heading past the Lazo Weber Estancia to begin our peaceful, predominantly flat 12 km hike near Laguna Verde. The trail is a perfect place to see native fauna like guanacos, eagles, and condors, and flora like Lenga and Coihue trees. The hike takes us to the El Toro lookout for a spectacular 360 degree view of the Paine mountains, the Andes, and the surrounding lakes and lakes like the Paine, Grey, and Serrano Rivers, and Lake Toro. We then descend from the viewpoint back to the van, and on the way back to EcoCamp, take our time so we can keep an eye out for more animals and stop for pictures.  

Day 3:Sarmiento Hike and Fauna Trail: 

Accommodation : EcoCamp Patagonia

For nature and wildlife lovers, this easy hike is a must, with many opportunities to see native animals such as guanacos, and learn more about the region’s geology and plant life. The day starts with a walk along the isthmus between  Lake Sarmiento from Lake Sarmiento Chico, learning about how the region was formed, before arriving at a bay which offers breathtaking views. We return to the van, stopping to enjoy the view at Lake Sarmiento first, and then driving along its northern shore to the trailhead for the fauna trail. On the trail, we’ll get to see many of the park’s fascinating wildlife, like guanacos, ostrich-like ñandús, and maybe even the occasional puma print! After passing Goic Lagoon and continuing on for about 5 km, we arrive at the Laguna Amarga ranger station and are taken back to EcoCamp. 

Activity: Nature Walk

Schedule: 10am to 5pm

Distance: 10km / 6mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 5h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

Pehoe Lake Boat Ride and French Valley Hike: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 8pm

Distance: 18km / 11mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 6h

Altitude point: 500m / 1640ft

After breakfast and a drive to Pudeto dock on Pehoe Lake, we’ll take a catamaran to the north-western part of the lake to pick up the trail to the French Valley in the heart of the Paine Massif. Depending on the group’s hiking rate, we will either go half-way through the valley or, if the group is hiking at a faster pace, we’ll reach the hanging bridge over the French River, which offers unparalleled views of the whole valley spread out before us. On the hike, we’ll be able to see the valley's famous geological formations: Hoja (Blade), Máscara (Mask), Espada (Sword), Catedral (Cathedral), Aleta de Tiburón (Shark’s Fin) and the magnificent Fortaleza (Fortress). We will then pause for a picnic and to relax a while, before leaving the valley by way of a trail that takes us through grassland and light forests to the Refugio Paine Grande by Lake Pehoe to take the catamaran back to the dock and then return to EcoCamp. 

*Please note: The French Valley excursion varies throughout the season depending on the catamaran connecting Pudeto and Refugio Pehoe. During May (low season), the catamaran service will be out of operation. Therefore, this excursion will be substituted with a 15km/9mi Trek to Los Cuernos, which leads us along the beautiful Lake Nordenskjold, offering chances to admire and learn about local flora and fauna, and thrill at the awesome sight of the massive, black-tipped “horns” of the Cuernos of the Paine Massif. 

Trek to base of the Torres: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 5pm

Distance: 22km / 14mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 9h

Altitude point: 914m / 3000ft

This is one of the most famous hikes on the W Circuit, and an absolute must for anyone hoping to have the full Torres del Paine experience. After a large breakfast to fuel up for the day ahead, the group will set off from Ecocamp toward Hostería Las Torres and then join the uphill path to Ascencio Valley. The path takes us through beech forests and alongside small rivers until we reach the biggest challenge: a steep moraine of jumbled boulders that we need to climb to reach the iconic look-out point of the three granite spires with the glacial lake below. At the lookout, we’ll stop for lunch, photos, and to savor the view, before backtracking along the same trail to return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved cocktail and dinner. 

Day 4: Hiking or Biking to Laguna Azul: 

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Activity: Nature Walk or Biking

Schedule: 10am to 4pm

Distance: 5km / 3mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 2h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

The day begins with a drive toward Laguna Azul, passing alongside the Paine Massif and marveling at views of the epic Torres, as well as passing by herds of guanacos and other wildlife. There will be opportunities to stop the car, get out, and take pictures. When we arrive at Laguna Azul (“Blue Lagoon”), we'll take a break to eat our lunch, while enjoying views of the three granite towers in the distance. After lunch, you can either bike or hike on a trail near Laguna Azul to see and experience more of the surroundings. At the end of the day, we return to EcoCamp in time for cocktail hour.

    
Trek to base of the Torres: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 5pm

Distance: 22km / 14mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 9h

Altitude point: 914m / 3000ft

This is one of the most famous hikes on the W Circuit, and an absolute must for anyone hoping to have the full Torres del Paine experience. After a large breakfast to fuel up for the day ahead, the group will set off from Ecocamp toward Hostería Las Torres and then join the uphill path to Ascencio Valley. The path takes us through beech forests and alongside small rivers until we reach the biggest challenge: a steep moraine of jumbled boulders that we need to climb to reach the iconic look-out point of the three granite spires with the glacial lake below. At the lookout, we’ll stop for lunch, photos, and to savor the view, before backtracking along the same trail to return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved cocktail and dinner. 

Pehoe Lake Boat Ride and French Valley Hike: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 8pm

Distance: 18km / 11mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 6h

Altitude point: 500m / 1640ft

After breakfast and a drive to Pudeto dock on Pehoe Lake, we’ll take a catamaran to the north-western part of the lake to pick up the trail to the French Valley in the heart of the Paine Massif. Depending on the group’s hiking rate, we will either go half-way through the valley or, if the group is hiking at a faster pace, we’ll reach the hanging bridge over the French River, which offers unparalleled views of the whole valley spread out before us. On the hike, we’ll be able to see the valley's famous geological formations: Hoja (Blade), Máscara (Mask), Espada (Sword), Catedral (Cathedral), Aleta de Tiburón (Shark’s Fin) and the magnificent Fortaleza (Fortress). We will then pause for a picnic and to relax a while, before leaving the valley by way of a trail that takes us through grassland and light forests to the Refugio Paine Grande by Lake Pehoe to take the catamaran back to the dock and then return to EcoCamp. 

*Please note: The French Valley excursion varies throughout the season depending on the catamaran connecting Pudeto and Refugio Pehoe. During May (low season), the catamaran service will be out of operation. Therefore, this excursion will be substituted with a 15km/9mi Trek to Los Cuernos, which leads us along the beautiful Lake Nordenskjold, offering chances to admire and learn about local flora and fauna, and thrill at the awesome sight of the massive, black-tipped “horns” of the Cuernos of the Paine Massif. 

Day 5: Drive and Walk to Western Lakes, Grey Glacier Boat Ride:

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Activity: Nature Walk & Boat Trip

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 0.8km / 0.5mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 1h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

The day kicks off with a drive across the park, passing along the front of the Paine Massif with spectacular views of the Cuernos, and we’ll pull over at various viewpoints for pictures and to enjoy the moment, as well as see herds of guanacos and other flora and fauna. We’ll take a short hike to the mighty Salto Grande waterfalls that connect Lake Pehoe and Lake Nordenskjold before continuing our drive to Grey Lake, where we’ll eat lunch and board the ferry that will take us right up to the blue walls of Grey Glacier. After spending plenty of time at the glacier to show us different viewpoints and let everyone take pictures and admire it, the boat returns us to land and we head back to EcoCamp.

*Please note: the Grey Glacier boat trip is subject to availability, so please confirm your reservation in order to participate on the day of your arrival. (*During shoulder season - September, October, April and May - the boat trip to Glacier Grey may be canceled as the boat requires a minimum of 15 passengers to sail, which might not be reached in some cases. If this is the case, we will plan an alternative excursion in the park.)

Western Lakes drive, Cerro Ferrier Hike: 

Activity: Hiking

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 12km / 7.50mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 3.30h

Altitude point: 800m / 1970ft

We begin the day driving across the park, admiring the view of Paine Grande's snowy peaks and the black, granite, horn-like spires of Los Cuernos, and then taking a walk to see the furious Salto Grande waterfall. After, we’ll drive to Cerro Ferrier for a hike through a Magellanic forest full of wildlife, where we may even have the chance to see the huemul, a tiny South Andean deer that is on the Chilean coat of arms. The hike goes uphill for about an hour and a half to reach a breathtaking viewpoint of the Paine Massif, Grey Glacier and some of the most famous lakes of the National Park. We will then walk back to Grey Beach to meet our fellow travelers coming back from the boat ride and all head to Ecocamp to enjoy a relaxed evening.

Lazo Weber Hike: 

Activity: Hiking

Schedule: 10am to 8pm

Distance: 12km / 7,5mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 5h

Altitude point: 700m / 2300ft

After breakfast, we’ll start driving, heading past the Lazo Weber Estancia to begin our peaceful, predominantly flat 12 km hike near Laguna Verde. The trail is a perfect place to see native fauna like guanacos, eagles, and condors, and flora like Lenga and Coihue trees. The hike takes us to the El Toro lookout for a spectacular 360 degree view of the Paine mountains, the Andes, and the surrounding lakes and lakes like the Paine, Grey, and Serrano Rivers, and Lake Toro. We then descend from the viewpoint back to the van, and on the way back to EcoCamp, take our time so we can keep an eye out for more animals and stop for pictures.  

Day 6: Sarmiento Hike and Fauna Trail: 

Accommodation: EcoCamp Patagonia

Activity: Nature Walk

Schedule: 10am to 5pm

Distance: 10km / 6mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 5h

Altitude point: 200m / 660ft

For nature and wildlife lovers, this easy hike is a must, with many opportunities to see native animals such as guanacos, and learn more about the region’s geology and plant life. The day starts with a walk along the isthmus between  Lake Sarmiento from Lake Sarmiento Chico, learning about how the region was formed, before arriving at a bay which offers breathtaking views. We return to the van, stopping to enjoy the view at Lake Sarmiento first, and then driving along its northern shore to the trailhead for the fauna trail. On the trail, we’ll get to see many of the park’s fascinating wildlife, like guanacos, ostrich-like ñandús, and maybe even the occasional puma print! After passing Goic Lagoon and continuing on for about 5 km, we arrive at the Laguna Amarga ranger station and are taken back to EcoCamp. 

Pehoe Lake Boat Ride and French Valley Hike: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 8pm

Distance: 18km / 11mi

Difficulty: Medium

Walking time: 6h

Altitude point: 500m / 1640ft

After breakfast and a drive to Pudeto dock on Pehoe Lake, we’ll take a catamaran to the north-western part of the lake to pick up the trail to the French Valley in the heart of the Paine Massif. Depending on the group’s hiking rate, we will either go half-way through the valley or, if the group is hiking at a faster pace, we’ll reach the hanging bridge over the French River, which offers unparalleled views of the whole valley spread out before us. On the hike, we’ll be able to see the valley's famous geological formations: Hoja (Blade), Máscara (Mask), Espada (Sword), Catedral (Cathedral), Aleta de Tiburón (Shark’s Fin) and the magnificent Fortaleza (Fortress). We will then pause for a picnic and to relax a while, before leaving the valley by way of a trail that takes us through grassland and light forests to the Refugio Paine Grande by Lake Pehoe to take the catamaran back to the dock and then return to EcoCamp. 

*Please note: The French Valley excursion varies throughout the season depending on the catamaran connecting Pudeto and Refugio Pehoe. During May (low season), the catamaran service will be out of operation. Therefore, this excursion will be substituted with a 15km/9mi Trek to Los Cuernos, which leads us along the beautiful Lake Nordenskjold, offering chances to admire and learn about local flora and fauna, and thrill at the awesome sight of the massive, black-tipped “horns” of the Cuernos of the Paine Massif. 

Trek to base of the Torres: 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 8am to 5pm

Distance: 22km / 14mi

Difficulty: Hard

Walking time: 9h

Altitude point: 914m / 3000ft

This is one of the most famous hikes on the W Circuit, and an absolute must for anyone hoping to have the full Torres del Paine experience. After a large breakfast to fuel up for the day ahead, the group will set off from Ecocamp toward Hostería Las Torres and then join the uphill path to Ascencio Valley. The path takes us through beech forests and alongside small rivers until we reach the biggest challenge: a steep moraine of jumbled boulders that we need to climb to reach the iconic look-out point of the three granite spires with the glacial lake below. At the lookout, we’ll stop for lunch, photos, and to savor the view, before backtracking along the same trail to return to EcoCamp for a well-deserved cocktail and dinner. 

Day 7: Wildhorse tracking: 

After breakfast at EcoCamp, we drive toward Laguna Azul, where we’ll travel by 4x4 through the Cordillera Masle, enjoying the views of Baguales, Salto Las Chinas, and Barranca de los Toros Pass, to a traditional “puesto”, a refuge for Patagonian gauchos (cowboys) to take care of their livestock. At the puesto, we’ll learn about the area’s history and how wild horses came to inhabit the region. Using satellite tracking and the guides’ expertise, we’ll start our search for the 100 untamed horses that call this secluded. area of the park home, stopping for lunch during the search. Additionally, we'll be treated to fantastic views of Lago Stokes, the Cordillera Dickson and the Towers. After 7-8 hours, we'll return to EcoCamp.

*Please note: the Wild Horse Tracking is not available during winter; the excursion is therefore not offered in May and September. During May and September (low season), the excursion will be replaced by a 6km/7.50mi walk to Salto Grande & El Condor Lookout, which includes a stop at the Salto Grande waterfall, a walk to the Los Cuernos viewpoint, and a two-hour round trip hike to El Condor lookout for amazing views of the Paine Mountain range and the surroundings. 

Activity: Nature Walk

Schedule: 8am to 5pm

Distance: 8km / 4mi

Difficulty: Easy

Walking time: 6h

Altitude point: 300m / 1000ft

Cerro Paine Hike: 

After breakfast, we head toward Cerro Paine, a nearby mountain characterized by its two imposing peaks. We hike along the mountain for half an hour, admiring the view of the surrounding pampas, then crossing through a lenga forest through which we can see the  immense Almirante Nieto Mountain and its glacier. After taking a break for lunch, we tackle the steepest part of the hike, which offers some spectacular panoramic views. After heading upward for roughly an hour, we’ll reach the eastern peak of Cerro Paine and get to bask in the views of the Torres and the Ascencio Valley before backtracking along the same trail to return to EcoCamp. 

Activity: Demanding Hiking

Schedule: 9am to 5pm

Distance: 16km / 9mi

Difficulty: Very hard

Walking time: 8h

Altitude point: 1500m / 4920ft

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CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

If you find it necessary to cancel your trip, you should notify Adventure Unbound in writing, by e-mail or fax immediately.  If written cancellation is received (call to verify) before the final balance is due, you will be given a refund less the amount of the deposit.  Deposits are not refundable.  If cancellations are made on or after the final due date, no money will be refunded.  If you are unable to go on the trip, you are welcome to find a replacement for yourself.  Please understand that once you’ve signed up, we lose the right to sell your reserved space to other individuals or groups.  Therefore, we regret that we cannot make exceptions for personal emergencies.  For this reason we strongly recommend you consider purchasing the Travel Protection Plan we offer.

For non USA-based trips, Adventure Unbound must make substantial payments to its suppliers (hotels, transportation companies, etc.) far in advance of the trip departure date.  If Adventure Unbound cancels any tour, trip or expedition due to acts of insurrection, force majeure, strikes, popular demonstrations, acts of God, earthquake, flooding, or any cause beyond its control, Adventure Unbound will refund the portion of the trip cost not already advanced to suppliers and use its best efforts to recover and refund the balance as promptly as possible.

If we are not able to provide a substitute trip, river, or altered itinerary and have to cancel the departure completely, you will be refunded in full. Refunds are limited to the amount actually paid to Adventure Unbound.

CANCELLATIONS FOR EXTENSIONS

There is a $100 per person non-refundable cancellation fee for all extensions.  Cancellations must be received no later than 60 days prior to departure to avoid additional penalties.  Cancellations made 59-30 days prior to departure incur a cancellation fee of 50% of the total fare.  Cancellations made 29-0 days prior to departure forfeit all fees paid.  For groups of 10 or more, cancellations must be received no later than 120 days prior to departure.  Cancellations made between 119-60 days incur a cancellation fee of 25% of the total fare.

Age Notes

Min. Age: 6

Additional Information:

How physically demanding in this trip?

We would describe this itinerary as being moderate to high physically demanding. As such, we would highly suggest having performed the featured activities previously to build a base level of endurance for both hiking and kayaking.  You should be in good physical condition, with adequate muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance, to enjoy this trip.  Please refer to the itinerary for activity descriptions and distances.  If you are unsure if this itinerary if right for you, please call one of our Adventure Consultants, we would be happy to discuss this with you in further detail.

Who are the guides?

Your guides will be Patagonian locals with an intimate knowledge of and experience in this pristine region. Many of our guides are recent graduates of Ecotourism programs and have extensive experience hiking and wildlife watching throughout Chile.  They love to share their local culture and landscape with our guests.

How to get there, what to pack, what's the weather like, etc...

For general travel questions for Patagonia, please visit our travel essentials section.

Trip ID#:

EcoCamAdv

Trip Excludes

  • Flight tickets.
  • Insurance (it is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip).
  • Voluntary tipping of guides and staff.
  • Soft drinks or snacks not served with the meals included at the EcoCamp. Bringing US$ in cash for buying extra drinks/snacks or souvenirs in Torres del Paine NP is suggested.
  • Items of personal nature.

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