As the Awasi team returns to Torres del Paine for a new season, we take a look at the wonderful photographs of Wildlife & Landscape Photographer, Rodrigo Moraga, taken during his stay at Awasi Patagonia.

One of the 14 villas at Awasi Patagonia, taken by Rodrigo Moragaz

Awasi Patagonia, the world’s most southern Relais & Chateaux property, is located on a private reserve with views over the famous towers that give Torres del Paine their name. 

Photograph of a fox on the Awasi reserve by Rodrigo Moraga

We protect 340 hectares of native woodland in Iguazú and Patagonia. These areas absorb over 10,000 tonnes of CO2 per year. This amount is greater than the emissions generated by our three lodges, including the travel emissions of our guests. This means that Awasi is Carbon Neutral.

The Awasi Experience through the lens of Rodrigo Moraga

One of Rodrigo Moraga’s greatest passions in life is seeing pumas in the wild. During his stay at Awasi Patagonia, he went out on excursions at the optimum times for seeing these magnificent big cats (dawn and dusk).

Puma in Patagonia by Rodrigo Moraga

Moraga’s efforts were repaid and his photographs reflect the majesty and intensity of these beautiful creatures: the pumas of Patagonia.

Mother and cub by Rodrigo Moraga

Awasi Patagonia is a Relais & Chateaux hotel in a private reserve on the edge of Torres del Paine National Park. The 14 stand-alone villas each have their own 4×4 vehicle and private guide for the duration of each stay. At Awasi, each stay is unique and tailor made. This means that excursions and plans are created around the needs and interests of each guest.

The Main Lodge at Awasi Patagonia by Rodrigo Moraga

The Awasi lodges are located in three of South America’s most unique environments: Patagonia, Atacama and Iguazu. We are committed to protecting their natural and cultural heritage through conservation and by directly allocating a part of our sales to The Awasi Foundation.