WINTER IN PATAGONIA: EXPLORA ANNOUNCES SPECIAL RATES
SANTIAGO, CHILE, March 9, 2015 - Winter in the southern hemisphere greets visitors with more sunshine and less wind and rain than other seasons. At explora Patagonia, one of southern Chile’s best-known lodges, travelers will be rewarded by special winter rates. From June 1 to July 31, 2015, the rate is $550 US per person per night (with a three-night minimum).
explora Patagonia stands majestically at the centre of the legendary Torres del Paine National Park, flanked by mountains, icefields and the ocean. Guests take guided hikes and horseback rides into the park and explore lakes, rivers and glaciers, and forests. The park is also home to hundreds of birds, mammals and plant species. Back at the lodge guests relax in the Ona Bathhouse with heated outdoor swimming pools, before feasting on a dish of Maagellanic lamb, southern king crab, or Patagonian grouper.
In addition to the three lodges, explora offers Travesías, or nomadic journeys, taking travelers to remote areas of remarkable beauty in Bolivia, Argentina and Chile, staying at different places along the way.
For more information on the three explora lodges, please visit explora’s website or call (56) 2 2395 2800, or write to email@example.com.
explora offers its guests a new way of travelling, where three luxury lodges serve as gateways to explore some of the most remote areas in South America: the desert of Atacama, the southernmost tip of the continent at Patagonia, and Rapa Nui (aka Easter Island), in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. For the more adventurous travellers, explora offers multi-day nomadic journeys, known as Travesìas. Accompanied by an expert guide, personal chef and only a handful of other travellers, Travesìas
take guests through little-known, remote areas of Chile, Bolivia and Argentina,
to discover remarkable natural beauty.
Leave home, enjoy the journey, pack light, go far, forget the time, walk, deviate from the route, go outside when it rains, ask questions, try new flavours, don't stop, stop, talk with people, listen to stories about the place, protect nature.