Patagonia is a remote and rugged region that spans the southern part of South America, often referred to as “the end of the world.” Join Vajra Sol for a yoga adventure in this pristine, wild, and stunning mountain scenery.
Our Patagonia retreat is hosted at the award-winning and environmentally sustainable EcoCamp, located in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park. Explore the vast landscape on guided hikes, including to the base of the famous “Torres.” Commence and end your day with inspiring yoga sessions. Enjoy gourmet meals and share all with new friends. Fall asleep under the star-filled sky of your cozy dome. Be ready for an extraordinary yoga adventure!
Get ready to drop into soulful yoga sessions with majestic mountain views. Most days, we will enjoy a morning and afternoon yoga practice with the retreat group. Our morning practice will be more energizing with vinyasa flow yoga. In the afternoon, we will restore and meditate, including the highly restful practice of Yoga Nidra. All yoga will be led by your retreat guide, Sandra, and will be accessible to all levels.
The best way to explore Patagonia is on foot, with an expert guide and your fellow travelers. Hikes include an excursion to Laguna Azul, or Blue Lagoon, for a 3 mile nature walk, a visit to Grey Lake and Glacier that will include boat trip, and maybe a glimpse of an Andean condor, and finally, a 14 mile trek to the Towers’ base. Torres del Paine consists of three gigantic granite monoliths, the remains of a great cirque sheared away by the forces of glacial ice.
Remote and first class, EcoCamp Patagonia is an innovative leader in environmentally sustainable design, creating the world’s first lodge in geodesic shape in 2001. They offer accommodations inspired by the region’s ancient nomadic inhabitants. All domes are immersed in nature, resistant to the Patagonian elements, cozy and warm, and have ceiling windows to look up at the starry night sky.
About the Retreat
Patagonia Mountain Adventure
Our Patagonia retreat is hosted at a multi-award winning lodge in the heart of the Torres del Paine National Park. The group meets in the gateway town to Patagonia, Punta Arenas, where we stay one night at a 4-star hotel. The following day, the group transfers to EcoCamp Patagonia for the next six nights, practicing yoga, hiking in the park, and exploring the beautiful Patagonia region. Patagonia is our most physically demanding retreat, culminating with a 14-mile trek to the base of the Torres del Paine monoliths (the trek is optional).
The remoteness of the area gives the added bonus to disconnect from technology, a week of digital detox. Chile is in the southern hemisphere and November through March is the spring/summer season.
Find you retreat dome away from home in Patagonia! Prices are per person in US $.
Standard domes come equipped with two single beds or one queen bed with cozy fleece blankets and feather quilts. Standard domes are not heated, but comfortable due to the absorption of heat throughout the day. Domes do not have electricity. Get lost gazing at the stars through ceiling windows. Shared bathrooms are spacious, bright, and gender divided.
$3,850 (per person) – Double Standard Dome
Single supplement for a Standard Dome is US $1,825. If you are traveling solo and would like to share a Dome, please let us know and we will try to match you with another guest of the same gender.
Suite domes were designed to provide rustic luxury in a natural setting with minimal environmental impact, and also maintain the hotel’s familiar and cozy vibe. The domes have a comfortable king bed or two twin beds, a wood stove, and a private bathroom with a state-of-the-art composting toilet. Electricity is available but limited in suite domes.
$4,550 (per person) – Double Suite Dome
If you are traveling alone and would like to share a Dome, please let us know and we will try to match you with another guest of the same gender.
(7) nights accommodation; one night at a four-star hotel in Punta Arenas and (6) nights at EcoCamp
Punta Arenas airport transfers upon arrival and departure
Private group transfers between Punta Arenas and EcoCamp
All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners from first night welcome dinner to lunch on departure day
Excursions per itinerary with English speaking guides
Park fees for Torres del Paine National Park
Boat ticket for crossing Grey Lake
Daily yoga sessions (mats & props provided)
Filtered water, Chilean wine during dinner, a Pisco Sour at happy hours
Vajra Sol retreat coordination
Not Included in Retreat Cost:
International airfare between Santiago and your home airport
Domestic airfare between Santiago and Punta Arenas
Gratuities for guides and EcoCamp staff
Drinks and snacks between meals, additional alcoholic drinks
Travel insurance (required)
How do I get to the retreat destination?
Book your international flight to Santiago (SCL), capital of Chile.From Santiago, fly to the southern town of Punta Arenas (PUQ). Plan to arrive no later than mid-afternoon on the first day. You will be picked up and transferred to the hotel where we have our welcome dinner and spend the night.
For the departure day, book your flight from Punta Arenas with departure time not before 5:30 pm. If you need to get on an earlier flight, there is an extra charge for the transfer from EcoCamp to Punta Arenas.
A passport valid for at least six months from arrival date in Chile is required (check your passport’s expiration date). Currently an entry visa is not required for U.S., Canadian and most European citizens. For all nationalities check with the nearest Chilean embassy or consulate to confirm up-to-date entry requirements, including “reciprocity fees”.
What is the weather like at the retreat destination?
Chile is in the southern hemisphere so the seasons are opposite from North America. March is summer time. Days can be beautiful blue skies with average of 50s-60sF and evenings cooler. The weather in the Patagonia region can be extreme and unpredictable so it is essential to be prepared for a diversity of conditions. Upon booking the retreat you will receive an extensive information package to help plan for the trip.
What is the minimum/maximum group size?
The retreat is limited to 15 persons to ensure high quality and personalized attention for each guest. The minimum required to run the retreat is six persons. Many guests who join our retreats are single/solo travelers. Please feel very welcome to come on your own. It will be an incredible experience!
What is the payment and cancellation policy?
A non-refundable US $600 deposit confirms your reservation. Full payment is due 90 days prior to the retreat start date. For a cancelation made before this date, you will receive a refund for payment made less the deposit. Cancelations made after this date, for whatever reason no refund or credit is given. No refund or credit will be given for arriving late or departing the retreat early or for meals/activities in which one does not participate. In the unlikely event Vajra Sol needs to cancel a retreat, a full refund will be given.
To receive the complete retreat details by email and/or check on availability.
“My husband and I recently returned from Vajra Sol’s trip to Peru. Sandra led such an amazing retreat and it was obvious from the start. Everything was taken care of from the moment we touched down in Cusco until our return back to the airport. We are already looking forward to joining her on a future retreat!”
Vera, New York
“This was my 5th time with Vajra Sol and I loved every moment of it. Sandra is over accommodating to your needs. The scene and location of your villa and yoga experience is out of this world. Trust me, this is the best retreat out there for YOGA, SUPING and Surfing.”
Steve P, Conneticut
“Go on one of Vajra Sol’s retreats; you won’t regret it. You may even conquer some fears and surprise yourself, like I did. You will make new friends and have memories to last a lifetime! This was a life changing experience for me!”
Dina, New York
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