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Tiny Dome Cabin in Patagonia

Here are some tiny dome cabins in Patagonia.

They are part of the EcoCamp Patagonia Domes that you can actually book and stay in. They offer tiny basic 108 sq. ft. domes as well as more luxurious domes with private bathrooms as large as 398 sq. ft.

What do you think about tiny living in a dome like this?

Tiny Dome Cabin at EcoCamp Patagonia

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Photos via EcoCamp Patagonia

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Photos via EcoCamp Patagonia

Sasha Juliard’s Adventure to a Tiny Dome Cabin at EcoCamp Patagonia

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Photos via Instagram/Sasha Juliard

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Photos via Instagram/Sasha Juliard

Video Tour of EcoCamp Patagonia and Their Tiny Dome Cabins

Cascada Expeditions Goes to EcoCamp Patagonia

About Sasha Juliard and his Mission to Bring Clean Water to Cambodia

Sasha Juliard runs TUK Watches, a company that makes watches while helping Cambodia get clean water.

How to Stay in one of these Dome Cabins in Chile

You can learn more about staying in one of these tiny dome cabins in Chile over at EcoCamp Patagonia.

You can explore the different types of dome homes they offer using the links below:

Learn More

EcoCamp Patagonia Domes | EcoCamp | PhotosSasha Juliard: 1 2 3 | Tukwatches

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  • Otessa Regina Compton November 27, 2018, 8:55 pm


  • Sheila Plourde November 28, 2018, 12:58 am

    This is amazing. Always wanted to go there. Take pictures. Chilean food is so yummy. Domes look cozy. Love how they grow food, and reuse err waste. lol! Love his accent. The fact they get kids involved and help handicapped. Loved the video’s.

  • Eric November 28, 2018, 4:02 am

    Not sure I’d want to live in such a glorified dome tent. What happens if the roof fabric is damaged..? Much more likely to happen than if it was made of wood or metal. And yes… I am well aware that Mongols have lived in them for millenia. Just not for me.

    • James D. November 28, 2018, 2:45 pm

      There’s nothing that would fit everyone but like most things you just patch it if it gets damaged. Fabric may be easier to damage but it is also easier to repair and cheaper to replace…

      So it can appeal to those who like to DIY, keeping low initial costs, and in some remote locations it makes it easier to get the materials in without having to build roads, use heavy machinery, etc.

      While it also makes it easier to take it all down and move it… So it has its niche, especially for those who want to live off-grid and get back to nature…

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