An eco-friendly lodge near the shores of Lake Pehoé, Explora Patagonia puts you in prime position to make the most of the glorious Torres del Paine National Park. This luxury hotel is best known for the long list of adventures and activities you can enjoy while here, with exciting tours from horse riding to hiking, high-mountain ascents to self-guided trips giving you every opportunity to see the best of Southern Patagonia. Surrounded by the dramatic ‘Three Horns’ Mountains, you’ll be blessed with wonderful views throughout your stay. The hotel itself is also one of the best around with a spa and pool to unwind in, a reading room with lake views, fantastic restaurant, and clean, comfortable guestrooms to recharge after a day in the great outdoors.

Rooms at Explora Patagonia

Rooms at Explora Patagonia all come with stunning lake and mountain views, and oversized windows to enjoy them from. Subtly decorated in wood and soft hues, each room and suite has been intentionally designed to provide a sense of tranquillity throughout your stay. Creature comforts come in the form of a jetted bathtub and king-size or twin beds, plus all of the essential extras to ensure a relaxed stay, ideal for unwinding after a day exploring the great outdoors.

Experiences at Explora Patagonia

Explora Patagonia is perfectly placed for all kinds of outdoor adventures around Southern Patagonia. Here are some of the hotel’s top highlights:

A relaxing spa and swimming pool.
Instant access to the wilds of Patagonia.
Reading room with oversized windows overlooking the mountains.
Prime lakeside setting.
Renowned guided and self-guided hikes, horse riding trails and tours throughout Southern Patagonia.
Excellent restaurant boasting local cuisine.
Comfortable rooms with spectacular views.
Atelier’s pick

Explora Patagonia is known for its wonderful excursions and cultural experiences. It’s all about discovering the landscape here, with excellent local guides, onsite stables, and plenty of picturesque hiking available.


172 miles from El Calafate Airport, near the eastern edge of Torres del Paine National Park.