RN 259 km 63, Trevelin, Chubut, Argentina
Nomade Patagonia It is located at km 63.5 of National Route 259, just 1 km from the town Los Cipreses, which is a picturesque Argentine town in the Futaleufú Department, in the Province of Chubut and is very close to the Los National Park. Alerces, just 10 km from the Futaleufú River International Pass that connects Argentina with Chile
The distribution of the domes is designed to allow maximum privacy. Each guest has their private deck, stove and grill, and open views from their room.
The rooms are in nature. The wind that passes through the canopies of the maitens, the singing of the birds, the sound of the River, the starry sky at night, will be part of the experience of sleeping at NOMADE.
Domes equipped with kitchen and full bathroom, hot water available 24 hours a day, wood-burning stove, box spring beds, biodegradable amenities and all the comforts of first-class accommodation.
Nómade is an accommodation space that stands out for its commitment to sustainability. The construction of the place was made with recycled materials, such as wood, glass and ceramics. In addition, the energy system is based on the use of natural resources, such as water and wood.
Regarding waste treatment, Nómade implements the concept of "zero waste". The organic waste is composted and then used as fertilizer in the local garden. Recyclable waste is sent to a municipal treatment plant.
Nómade also uses a minimum of plastics in its amenities and supplies. The containers are glass or recyclable, and the cleaning products are biodegradable.
These efforts towards sustainability make Nómade a unique space, which offers its guests an environmentally responsible accommodation experience.