Overlooking Torres del Paine National Park, Awasi Patagonia is the ideal destination for those seeking luxury travel and lots of hikes. Awasi Patagonia offers private villas, breathtaking views, seclusion, and thrilling excursions. Whether you seek to disconnect from the world or experience the natural beauty of Awasi, this carbon-zero hotel is the epitome of Patagonia’s luxury travel with its privacy, riveting activities, and remarkable views of the forest, Torres del Paine National Park, and Sarmiento Lake.
The villas are situated around the main lodge offering quiet privacy still close to the luxury amenities Awasi has to offer. Throughout the area, there are trails you can walk along, or you can take the available transportation system between each villa and the common areas. The private villas are beautifully constructed from natural wood that creates a light and airy atmosphere. They feature a wood-burning stove and an open-air hot tub. The Master villa boasts two bedrooms and bathrooms for larger parties. The bedrooms offer breathtaking views of the Patagonian Steppe and Lake Sarmiento.
Explore Sierra Contreras & Sierra Masle
The Sierra Contreras Mountains are very close to Awasi Patagonia, and you can hike or take transportation to reach the open plateau with views of Lake Sarmiento, Paine Mountain Range, Valle de las Chinas, Sierra Baguales, and more. This hike is perfect if you want to explore by yourself, get an idea of the other highlights in the area, and discover additional hikes to tackle. The Sierra Masle hike begins at the lake shore, and from there, you will hike through various biomes within Torres del Paine. Both hikes allow you to explore Torres del Paine National Park and become familiar with the land.
Discover Loma Guanaco & Paine Cascade
The Loma Guanaco is where large herds of guanacos gather to roam; if you are not familiar with guanacos, they are closely related to llamas. Since there are not many tourists, the area is very secluded, allowing you to encounter local species like pumas, guanacos, foxes, and condors. The Paine Cascade is in the Eastern region of the Torres del Paine National Park. From here, you can appreciate the views, hike, or kayak.
A local Guanaco of Patagonia
French Valley Hike & More
People travel from all over the world to visit the Torres del Paine National Park; there’s a reason Patagonia is known as “The End of the Earth.” Situated between the Torres del Paine, the Paine Grande, and Los Cuernos mountains with glaciers hanging above the trail, the French Valley is a hike you do not want to skip. The journey and the destination make this one of the most beautiful hikes. At the end of the trail, enjoy striking views of the granite amphitheater and emerald lakes, and you might even hear and see avalanches coming down from the glacier.
In Torres del Paine National Park, you can also hike the base of the granite towers, ride horseback, and ice hike the Grey Glacier. This national park is full of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, jaw-dropping landscapes, adventure, and privacy.
Kayak Aside the Grey Glacier
This luxury hotel offers many opportunities to have once-in-a-lifetime experiences, but kayaking beside the national park’s biggest iceberg might be the biggest one yet. This activity typically lasts half the day, so you can either pair this activity with another hike in the area or return to you villa to relax by the fireplace afterwards.
Explore Awasi Patagonia
Patagonia luxury travel offers unique privacy, surprise, and adventure. The land is known for exploration and adventure, so there are plenty of activities to choose from, including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, birdwatching, photo safaris, visiting paleontological sites, and much more. Awasi Patagonia is located right outside the Torres del Paine National Park, a hiker’s paradise, and offers activities for everyone to enjoy. Contact an EXP Journeys expert today to plan your custom Patagonia adventure.