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Refugio Cochamo (La Junta)

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Bethesda, Maryland
Reviewed 1 March 2014

La Junta is a privately owned valley that is almost a mirror image of Yosemite with huge granite cliffs towering above it and hence a huge draw for rock climbers. It is accessed only by horsepack(3.5h) or hiking in(5h) and there are 2 hostels and a campground so no lodging over a 2 star rating and don't expect orient express...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 26 January 2014

Beautiful place to stay 4 hours into a beautiful valley. However keep in mind it is a Refugio. Granted it has window screens (seriously, first place I've seen them in South America, but definitely required up there for the horse flies), comfortable beds, and serves Pizza and delicious vegetarian meals. But they do get their electricity from a water-turbine, so...

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Madison, WI
Reviewed 20 January 2014 via mobile

This was truly the highlight of our month trip in Chile! We stayed at the Refugio for 5 nights and that was the perfect amount of time. It is very clean, the women who work there are super welcoming and friendly, the view is amazing and the food yummy. We cooked some nights and ordered their homemade pizza two nights....

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Perth, Australia
Reviewed 13 January 2014

No gain without pain! Oh I hate that sort of stuff it's reminds me of unfinished homework! The 13km trek in was a challenge for old legs through mud, marsh, gullies and driving rain but once there the refugio team swings into action. Silvina pulled us across the river in the flying fox and 5 minutes later Daniel met us...

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2Thank Steve0132013
Panama City, Panama
Reviewed 27 February 2013

My husband and I stayed for 2 nights in the dormatory and had a wonderful time here. The dormatory is a 18 person dorm and arranged in two rows of bunkbeds, all next to each other, but is quite nice as they have a divider every 2 beds so we felt like we were in a double bed. It is...

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2Thank Rhian H
Reno, Nevada
Reviewed 6 January 2013 via mobile

My husband and I recently spent two weeks at the Cochamo Refugio and we feel in love with the place, the people and the location. As soon as we arrived we were welcomed by the whole crew with hugs and warm smiles and we immediately felt like we were at home. In every aspect they went out of their way...

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3Thank Lovelylogan
Oakland
Reviewed 15 July 2012

This is one destination/valley we shopped around, but not much to shop for. If you're staying in the upper valley, which is the whole reason to go, you have a choice of either Refugio Cochamo or Campo Aventura. Refugio Cochamo was half the price, more spacious, recently built, clean and had a fun, organized team. Great hiking, don't need a...

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5Thank zachs_travels
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 21 February 2012

We camped at La Junta and stayed many more nights than we planned. Cochamo Valley is one of the most beautiful places in Chile and the campground is perfectly positioned for the finest views around. The owners were beyond helpful for recommendations for hiking, swimming, climbing, etc... The refugio is located just across the river and those camping are welcome...

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1Thank GnomeHome416
Columbia, SC
Reviewed 31 December 2011

This was a major trip advisor find, spent Christmas here with some great folks in a beautiful place. You have to be prepared of course, there are great showers (but they are heated by wood and available only at about 6), the trek in is indeed muddy and not the most lovely hike ever (we did it in just over...

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3Thank laetulos
Devizes, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 March 2011

This beautiful refugio has I think two rooms for couples (with a space above, like a loft, for a third adult or a child), and it was in one of these rooms that my wife and I booked for five nights. Outside these rooms is the dorm accommodation, which is much the usual sort of thing: two tiers of mattresses...

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Additional Information about Refugio Cochamo (La Junta)

Address: La Junta River, Cochamo, Chile
Region: Chile > Los Lagos Region > Cochamo
Price Range: ₹ 785 - ₹ 1,962 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 27
Also Known As:
Refugio Cochamo (La Junta) Los Lagos Region
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“Dorm was fine but I preferred the private room on the far end.”
 of 5 bubbles judythr, 11 Feb 2015 | Read review
“Book early if you want a private room.”
 of 5 bubbles Aegir101, 28 Feb 2014 | Read review
“There are are only two double rooms. Part of the dorm is being converted to another double soon. If you want privacy book early although the dorm is well set up with partitions. Breakfast is provided and delicious pizzas can be ordered as well as an evening meal. If you need to save money pack in some lunch stuff and evening tucker but their meals are great.”
 of 5 bubbles Steve0132013, 12 Jan 2014 | Read review
“Rooms fill up. We had to change our itinerary slightly for getting availability. Book ahead of time. Careful of the showers. Unlike other barely warm hostels we stayed at, this place has firewood heated tanks, and the water is great yet can burn if not careful.”
 of 5 bubbles zachs_travels, 15 Jul 2012 | Read review
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