Nights: (Sat. & Sun.)
Type: Remote, 30 foot bluff over mile long Terminador Rapid.
Arrival Time: 4:00 PM Saturday & 4:00 PM Sunday
Area: 1 mile river front
Brief Description: Hidden in a forest, along mile long Terminador Rapid, the camp’s broad 50 foot bluff affords a birds eye view of the surging Futaleufu river as it spills over giant, sculpted, white granite boulders creating over a dozen waterfalls in a mesmerizing arrangement of colors from turquoise to white.
"Terminator Camp overlooks the churning 1.5km long, class 5 Terminador Rapid and features hand-built wooden cliff dwellings, flush toilets, hot showers and possibly the world's most welcome sight after a day on the river: an 18 person wood-fired outdoor hot-tub. Shortly after slipping into the soothing, 100 degree water, a guide appears with cold Escudo beers, a Chilean cab sav and a plate of home-cooked pizza slices. It sets the scene for a week of indescribably good food that's miraculously conjured up in the middle of the wilderness."
- Rob Mcfarland, "Rafting rush in Patagonia" Escape Travel, Oct. 2011. (Australia's most widely read outdoor adventure magazine)
Peninsula Point: Natural vista area
Cable car crossing: Spectacular high aerial river crossing connecting camp to miles of gorgeous single track mountain bike and horse trails.
Hiking: Trail the length of Terminador rapid and to nearby creek with waterfalls and swimming holes.
Mountain biking/Horseback riding:Miles of single track and horseback riding on both sides of the river connected by an aerial cable car crossing.
Fishing: Excellent fishing in the pool below Terminador Rapid, from Peninsula Point.
"From a photographer's perspective the stone couch is extraordinary. You feel almost like you're suspended in a boat above the ensuing chaos below, yet there's a strange and wonderful tranquility within the contours of the smooth marbleized granit."
- Carr Cliffton, Professional Phoptographer