Address: La Maipú, Santa Cruz, Argentina


El Refugio is the second accommodation from the first project of the We Are Permanence collective, it is situated off-the-grid, in the Southernmost part of the American continent. It’s a cozy private cabin in the middle of the wilderness and can host up to 7 people. The cabin has no electricity, the only available similar equipment is solar chargers that can power up phones and cameras. If you are looking for adventure and scenery, this is an impeccable venue! Make sure to discover the nature here. The area has a lot to offer with breathtaking glaciers, mountains, and lakes.

La Maipú is rich in history, it was first inhabited by the Lively brothers who arrived in 1902 and were given the land by Francisco ''Perito'' Moreno. During your stay, you will have the chance to explore the history of these Patagonia explorers as an old cabin was turned into a small museum.

Behind this fascinating estate are three young entrepreneurs who believe that a new way of living is required if we are to overcome the current environmental challenges. Their approach is to redefine luxury by offering a different kind of accommodation that is truly in line with the earth’s ecosystem.

This perfect retreat spot is not yet open at the time of this writing, they will make their grand opening in October 2018 and take reservations shortly.