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With the increasing number of campaigns day and night to save this beautiful environment of ours, we can deduce how much of an issue it is. In light of this escalated need for sustainability, Chile has proven to be a step ahead by virtue of offering geodesic domes. These domes are the first-ever dome hotel constructed in the world and are famed as ‘EcoCamp Patagonia’. And rightfully so. Read on to know how these Patagonia eco domes will not only make your vacation more lavish but also help you get rid of that guilt about not doing anything to save the future!
Developed and engineered by the renowned American architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, EcoCamp Patagonia is nestled amidst the surreal landscapes of Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. This hotel exhibits sphere-like geodesic domes that consist of a self-balancing structural framework built using a network of triangles and the least amount of materials.
Tagged as the first-ever hundred percent sustainable model of accommodation, Patagonia eco domes are an absolute delight completed with green technology. The transparent dome ceiling gives one a chance to witness the most awe-inspiring views of the sky dotted with stars right before drifting off to sleep. With everything in line with the environmental principles, the rooms and common spaces in this hotel are well-equipped with solar and hydraulic energy.
All the waste generated in this accommodation is recycled or composted, making sure that nature is well-maintained at all times. The meals cooked in EcoCamp make use of the locally-grown ingredients, thus reeking freshness with every bite.
The EcoCamp has plenty to offer to guests ranging from spoiling them with a choice of domes and uber-comfortable beddings to Yoga-special dome and hiking excursions. There is everything an adventure lover and nature admirer seek on their escapades.
Save the environment, save the future. Patagonia eco domes in Chile has proven to be one step ahead and in the right direction. Giving one a chance to celebrate mother nature and its marvels, this geodesic dome hotel is a must-book on your vacation to South America at least once in a lifetime. Just a baby step, but it is still a step forward!
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