Eco-Friendly Cabin Camping for Groups in the Andes, Argentina

Paso de Pino Hachado, Neuquén (Argentina)

Eco-Friendly Cabin Camping for Groups in the Andes, Argentina

Private Cabin
9 guests
Private Bathroom
Entire Cabin

This eco-friendly cabin accommodation is very suitable for groups. Located in the Andes Mountains of Argentina, the cabin can accommodate up to nine guests. On the upper level, guests will find a queen-size and single bed, as well as a small private room where another bed can be set up.

On the ground level of the cabin is a bedroom with a two bunk beds, suitable to sleep four guests. The cabin's main floor also includes a spacious reading corner that can be turned into a sleeping area for two glampers. There is a bathroom equipped with a toilet, sink, and shower on the main floor. Linens are provided by the host.

In the kitchen, guests will find a double-burner stove and cooking equipment along with a large fireplace that can serve as an additional burner to keep food warm. Most of the ground level floor space is a large open space, with a vast dining table and sofas situated around a beautifully lit area with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

The lights in the cabin are powered by solar panels and hot water is provided by a gas boiler. Guests requiring more than 220V electricity are welcome to utilize the facilities at the main house.

This unique property's hosts live in harmony with a variety of horse breeds, notably the Criollo which is native to South America and known for its impressive endurance. These horses were brought to the continent by Spanish settlers and were adopted by the Gauchos as working animals. Glampers visiting this site are welcome in the property's restaurant where they may discover countless traditional Argentinian dishes and world-famous wines to accompany their mistical experience. Guests are privy to sweet and savory treats at any time of the day in the property's dining room, but they are also free to take the snacks back to their accommodations if so desired.

Guests staying at this site are invited to use the property's outdoor grill, tables, and benches.

Features and services

  • Fireplace
  • Shower
  • Kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Sink
  • Cooking basics
  • stove Stove
  • Electricity
  • Water
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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: Flexible
  • Check out: Flexible
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No parties
Due to the remote location, there may be a wait of three to five business days for a booking request to be confirmed by the host. The best contact for a fast response is via WhatsApp due to the poor phone signal in the area.

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Cancellation policy: Moderate

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Free cancellation until .

After that, cancel before and get a 50% refund (minus service fee).

If you cancel before check in day get a 50% refund (minus service fee).

It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.


Location and surroundings

Paso de Pino Hachado, Neuquén (Argentina)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Mountain
  • Waterfall


  • Hiking
  • Winter sports
  • Horseback riding additional charge

This glamping rental offers many different tours during the summer and winter seasons for guests to discover and explore the impressive Andes mountain range. These tours are personalized to meet visitors' needs and can last from one hour to seven days. The property's four-legged friends (horses and huskies) allow guests to escape into the wilderness and enjoy an experience completely disconnected with civilization and the outside world. Experienced local guides lead glampers to locations that can only be reached on horseback or with sleds pulled by a team of huskies.

Glampers staying in this accommodation also partake in other types of outdoor activities such as mountain climbing, skiing, snowshoeing, and mountain biking.