Patagonia Camp Provides the Perfect Backdrop for a Girls Getaway
For women with a sense of adventure, appreciation for nature, taste for fine food and wine, and a passion for getting away together, Patagonia Camp in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile, provides the ultimate backdrop.
The luxury ‘glampground’ just next to the entrance to Torres del Paine National Park is complete with 20 high-end yurts that bring women travelers closer to nature, without sacrificing the five-star amenities that make this a truly A-list experience. Connect with the environment in a way like never before, with Lago Toro at your doorstep. Fall asleep to the sound of the wind through the trees and a blanket of stars above your head.
Patagonia Camp has a variety of programs that are designed with women travelers in mind and make the perfect itinerary for groups of women who want to get away and reconnect with each other.
Cuisine and the environment come together like never before with Patagonia Camp's Wine & Nature program, a complete luxury experience that combines the elegance and harmony of the world of wine. The Wine & Nature Week is an invitation to enjoy Patagonia Camp, as well as La Casona. The program gives the option to stay three or four nights at Patagonia Camp and two nights at La Casona, as well as transfers, tickets to Torres del Paine National Park, a guided tour in the Vina Matetic Winery, and guided outdoor excursions like horseback riding, cycling, or hiking in Vina Matetic. Vina Matetic is a magical and inspiring place that combines organic wine production with luxury tourism.
For traveling gourmands, the restaurant at Patagonia Camp is a sight to behold, with panoramic windows that gaze out over the Paine Massif and the lake. The kitchen brings together the best of Patagonia's local resources to create fresh, healthy, delicious meals, like salmon, lamb, crab, and vegetables from the region. All of this is, of course, paired with local wines from Vina Matetic, or a cocktail created by the hotel's dedicated and talented barman. There’s no better place to reconnect with friends than in the cozy restaurant over a bottle of wine and a locally-sourced meal.
Patagonia Camp also hosts programs for active women. Last month Patagonia Camp held a yoga retreat for those who want to expand their practice in a spectacular setting. Plans are already on their way for September 2020. The program consisted of two daily sessions: one in the morning before leaving to discover the Torres del Paine park, and the other in the afternoon to channel all the experiences from the day. The all-inclusive program also included breakfast, lunch, and a three-course dinner with vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free options.