The finest fly-fishing in Chilean Patagonia

Eleven Experience’s high-style Río Palena lodge offers access to some of the best hidden sites in the country

Río Palena, in Chilean Patagonia, offers some of the best fly-fishing in the country
Río Palena, in Chilean Patagonia, offers some of the best fly-fishing in the country

In Chilean Patagonia, the team behind the Eleven Experience portfolio of lodges, hotels and adventures – American thrillseekers with a taste for creature comforts – have set up ops deep in an Andean valley on the banks of a river that promises some of the country’s finest fly-fishing. Río Palena ($7,350 per person for eight nights) sleeps up to 14 in seven rustic-chic rooms. All the usual Eleven bells and whistles – top guides, skilled chefs, state-of-the-art kit and vehicles – are present, with exceptional access to the best hidden sites for nabbing the region’s famous rainbow and brown trout (though you can also cast from the lodge’s front porch). 

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