In a private reserve, beside Patagonia’s astounding Torres del Paine National Park, you will be as much a part of the natural landscape as pumas, guanacos and condors.
Sheltered from the swirling Patagonian winds by luxuriant stands of natural lengas and nirres beech trees, you will be snuggled inside a contemporary take on traditional Patagonian shelters and ranching outposts. But you will be exposed to the rugged scenery and stupendous landscapes of the Patagonian wilderness. Rearing up against a polychromatic blue sky will be the majestic peaks of the Torres del Paine Mountains. Untouched natural forest and pampas roll away at your feet, punctuated by the serene stillness of Lake Sarmiento.
Make Awasi part of your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Chile and you’ll be strategically positioned to enjoy the natural beauty of an unspoiled wilderness, whilst having all the fascinating flora, fauna and fabulous birdlife of the Torres del Paine National Park right on your doorstep.
Awasi Patagonia, at a glance
- Rural Patagonian-style resort with all the modern creature comforts
- Set on a private reserve
- Just 14 individual villas gathered around a welcoming main lodge
- Villas offer stunning, all-round views of forest, lake and mountain range
- Double bedrooms and living rooms with cosy fireplaces
- Modern en suite bathrooms
- Master villa has two double bedrooms, both with en suites, plus an indoor terrace
- Every room is assigned its own private guide and 4x4 vehicle which is unique to Awasi
- Relais & Chateaux restaurant serving excellent regional delicacies
For leisure and pleasure
- Discover Patagonia’s world-renowned national park
- Explore fjords, mountains and glaciers
- Forest and lake tours
- Over 120 different bird species
- 272 varieties of indigenous plants
- Wildlife includes pumas, guanacos, nandus and the endangered huemul
- Meet the local people who have fished, hunted and farmed this rugged environment for generations
The Awasi Foundation run a number of successful conservation projects. In Patagonia, they have been restoring the puma’s natural habitat and after just two years there has been an increase in the puma population as well as sightings of the Geoffroy’s cat which was believed to be extinct in the region. More info can be found here.