Madre Roca was born out of an effort to expand tourism horizons in Patagonia. Its founders, Claire and Felipe, believe that the tourism industry has been harmful to Torres del Paine National Park, due to the lack of environment friendly infrastructures, but also the lack of sustainable alternatives accessible to the fast-growing number of travelers.
Claire and Felipe are certified guides with much experience in the region. They strive to deliver a different and authentic experience, far from the peak-season crowds. Madre Roca distinguishes itself for prioritizing sustainable practices, working with small local companies, in a plastic-free environment, and fomenting a close, unique contact with nature.
Pasaje Rancagua, Puerto Natales 6160000, Chile