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Secluded Domes with Dramatic Views in Patagonia, Argentina

  • Entire accommodation to yourself

    Enjoy having the accommodation to yourself; with all facilities for exclusive and private use

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

Entire Dome

8 Domes • 2 guests per Dome • Bathroom

About this place

These secluded domes are located in Patagonia, Argentina, with dramatic views of Perito Moreno glacier and can accommodate two guests each. The eco-camp is a chance for guests to be truly immersed in nature and experience the natural beauty of the Colonias Peninsula.

Inside the double domes, there are two single beds or one double bed. Guests should contact hosts to arrange this ahead of time. Linens and towels are included. Other amenities include shampoo, conditioner, and soap.

Just a short walk away are the communal bathroom facilities, separate for women and men. The facilities include showers, toilets, and sinks. All water is heated by a wood-burner each morning and afternoon. There is also a communal dining dome, where guests can dine at the candlelit tables and relax in the cozy lounging area by the fireplace.

This property invites guests to get out of their comfort zone, and seek a real adventure, without loosing the basic things that necessities. As they say, the way that pioneers used to live this land. This does not mean, for example, that guests need to suffer cold during the night, their are extra bed clothes for all guests and hot water bags in every bed and a really good stove in the main dome, where guests will enjoy meals and free time.

Guests will sleep under a shiny sky, hearing the wind and the pieces of icebergs that fall down from the Glacier during the night. There will not be 220 Volt electricity in the camp, but there will always be torches, 12 Volt lights and candles around to camp to allowed you move during around during the night.

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3 beds

  • 1 Double bed

  • single-bed

    2 Twin/Single beds

Features and services

  • Fireplace

  • Wildlife watching

  • Bathroom

  • Parking

  • Fire pit

  • Deck/Patio

  • Breakfast bar

  • Restaurant

  • Shower

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Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: From 01:00 PM
  • Check out: 10:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old

  • Children allowed 2-12 years old

  • No Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

  • Some spaces are shared

Pets are not permitted.

Smoking is also forbidden inside.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy: Non-Refundable

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El Calafate, Santa Cruz (Argentina)

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Activities near El Calafate, Santa Cruz

  • Biking on-site

  • Wildlife watching on-site

El Calafate Adventure Domes is the starting point for enjoying Argentine Patagonia and its nature. The EcoCamp at this property and activities aim to take guests to a world where the immediate and superfluous make no sense, either by adding a different experience or by being in sync with the rest of their trip.

Peninsula Trekking:

Length: 4/5 hours
Level of Difficulty: Medium
Geolocation: Within the Peninsula
Size of group: Maximum of 16 people
Type: Guided activity,

Starting at EcoCamp, this trekking covers the southern portion of the Colonias Peninsula. The trail covers a little over 7.5 miles, where the Perito Moreno Glacier hides among lakes and nothofagus woods, in the whimsical undulated land created by glacial erosion. Native fauna, such as Magellanic woodpeckers, Austral parakeets and Magellan geese complete the sights. After a few kilometers’ walk, guests reach the Tree-trunk Ravine, with hundreds of trees washed down by the flooding of Rico River, some over 6.5 fthigh. Further down the trail, glampers will reach the Ice Floe Beach, with the closest views of the majestic Glacier: only 7.5 milesaway. Back to the camp, guests will walk along trails close to the Roca Lake narrows, with a view of the Cerro Moreno and NibepoAikeranches.

Lakes trekking:

Length: 7/8 hours
Geolocation: Within the Peninsula
Level of Difficulty: Medium
Size of group: Maximum of 16 people
Type: Guided activity.

Starting at EcoCamp, this trekking offers to cover the northern section of the Colonias Peninsula. The trail covers over 14 miles, trekking along the shores of Lake Roca and Rico Branch and the peninsulas lowlands. During the tour, guests can encounter guanacos, buffed-necked ibis, Darwin's rhea and, with any luck, a flock of condors. Upon reaching Dos Lagos ranch, the road passes through the peninsula's lowlands, where rains and thawing created lagoons.

These are ideal spots for bird watching, especially for black-necked swans, great bustards and lake ducks, among others. The final part of the trail offers great views of Cerro Buenos Aires, Moreno Glacier and Cerro Cristal.


Length: 2 hours
Geolocation: Within the Peninsula
Level of Difficulty: Low
Size of group: Maximum of 4 people
Type: Guided activity.

The land within Cerro Moreno ranch is ideal for bike lovers. This undulated terrain, combined with the transition of woods to pasture lands, is the ideal backdrop for biking. The group's physical condition will be taken into account to decide whether to bike along the ranch´s old roads or to use the trails within the property.

Cerro Moreno Ranch: Pioneer's World:

Length: 2 hours
Geolocation: Within the Peninsula
Level of Difficulty: none
Size of group: Maximum of 16 people
Type: Guided activity.

Cerro Moreno's ranch house is only 3 milesaway from the EcoCamp. This is a truly an "endangered place" in guests immediate and global world. Don Jorge lives there. He is a rare breed of man, a combination of gaucho, mechanic, businessman and Patagonia's wild spirit.
After living countless adventures during his youth, Jorge chose to live his life in this place, free as the wind. He spends the day raising Hereford cattle, working at the ranch with his two sons: Martín and Gustavo.

Guests will have a chance to visit the ranch and working sheds and to share with these pioneers part of their everyday life. This is an experience that will live in guests' memory, either if they get to see a rodeo or if they simply visit the premises and share a "mate".

Cerro Cristal Hiking:

Length: 7/8 hours
Geolocation: Colonia Francisco Moreno
Level of Difficulty: Medium
Size of group: Maximum of 8 people
Type: Self-guided activity

The entrance to this self-guided trail is 10 miles from the EcoCamp and it is an excellent alternative for those who enjoy both hiking and panoramic views.

The guide here will lead guests to the foot of the hill, where the trail begins. The trail has perfect signaling, even in the transition of bushes and woods, all the way to the arid final section close to the top. Up there, at 4,200 ftabove sea level, glampers will have the unique experience of one of the best views in Argentine Patagonia: Lake Roca, Rico Branch, Lake Argentino and Perito Moreno Glacier.