In the design and construction of the camp on Carlos III Island, Whalesound has used the best available technology. It consists of five dome bedrooms, a community space , three bathrooms , tents for researchers and an observatory located 300mt from the camp on a path of wooden walkways where the whales are monitored with a view of 280º.
Whalesound proposed is to minimize the impact on this fragile region. For this, the camp settled rests on piles and platforms that are interconnected by bridges, preventing the deterioration and destruction of peat and its vulnerable ecosystem. Energy production, treatment of waste and liquid waste have also been studied to avoid contamination and excesses. The desire for respect and preservation of the natural environment is perfectly combined with comfort and hospitality.