Patagonia Paine Circuit
By: Stella Tuft, Norway
The EcoCamp in Torres del Paine was very good, and a different experience. The food prepared by the crew on the trek was outstanding, the best food I've ever had on a trek and plenty of it too. The support crew was excellent too. I found Roberto an excellent trip leader in all respects, including being very sociable and knowledgeable. He was in control of everything that needed to be taken care of and was very good with providing information. Everything was excellent! It's one of the best managed treks I've been on with any company. Good paced trekking days with a good combination of long and shorter days. We were lucky to be a small group of like-minded people too, which made the trip even more excellent.
By: Julian Fletcher, West Sussex, England
KE Adventure has come a long way during the time I have been travelling with them (11 years and counting). I particularly like the new website, with its excellent interactive features. I am also very happy with the support I received from the KE Adventure team before and during the trip.
By: Lawrence Boyd, Cheltenham, UK
We had an excellent trip in part due to the perfect weather and in part because the party moved at a reasonably pace. Both leaders were very knowledgeable about the environment (in the widest sense) and were excellent.
By: Chris Baker, Calgary, Canada
The day where we hiked over the pass and the view from up top of the grey glacier was amazing. Overall it was a great trip with stunning views, variety of hiking conditions, challenging, fun, educational, and a trip of a life time. Completing the circuit was very rewarding.
By: Wendy Ovenden, Australia
The Patagonia staff are amazing and all seem so happy and friendly and give such a great vibe... the food and service and facilities there are first class and it was such a joy to stay there. I WANT TO GO BACK! The Scenery was simply stunning! Such a beautiful amazing destination.
Ecocamp Patagonia and Laguna Azul campsite are amazing and I would go back there in a heartbeat (if it wasn't half a world away).
You definitely need to mention the WIND in your dossiers... Patagonia is the windiest inhabited place on earth, a good windproof jacket is essential. Drinking water is readily available everywhere, you really only need to carry a 1 litre bottle.