Patagonia is a stunning landscape of mountains, lakes, rivers and glaciers. It is raw and wind-swept and fully natural, where it’s easy to imagine you are the first to step here. Our Patagonia Ecocamp & Kayak tour includes a variety of paddling conditions, including rivers, bays and lakes. A highlight is paddling to the foot of a glacier. There is also hiking wrapped in with the advantage of spending nights in comfortable domes.
Our Patagonia kayak and hiking adventure starts in the city of Punta Arenas from where we travel towards Torres del Paine National Park. We pass through some of the most spectacular scenery in all of South America. We stop at the Cueva del Milodon National Monument to explore, then continue to our remotely-situated geodesic dome eco-camp on the edge of the park.
The next days are filled with a wide variety of activities with both kayaking and hiking as a focus. We stay in a couple of different remote camps that are very comfortable. This is a trip best enjoyed by those that are physically fit, with hikes and paddles from 8-16 miles.