2017/18 - Fly Fishing Rates

$4,550 per person for a 7 Night / 6 Day package based on double occupancy. Usually the week is scheduled Saturday to Saturday but can be tailored to the Group Schedule and needs. If you're fishing solo, our single rate is an additional 20%.

Capacity: 6-8 Anglers

Season: November-Mid May

Low Season Rates Apply: November-December and April-May.

USD $4,550 per person for a 7 night/6 day package based on double occupancy.

Full Rate Schedule:

Nights/Days -- Double Occupancy       Non-Angler

7N/6D             $4,550                        $1,875

6N/5D             $3,900                        $1,600

5N/4D             $3,300                        $1,350

4N/3D             $2,700                        $1,050

For Reservations please contact:

Philip Cary
info@lostorreoneslodge.com

Chilean Phone: +56 998739031

Walk in's are welcome but it's best to check by phone first!

Reservation Details

  • 50% deposit at time of booking
  • Payment in full 30 days prior to departure

Cancelations and refunds

Days Prior to DepartureCancelation Fee

90+ days -- Full Refund

60-90 days -- 25% Package Cost

30-60 Days -- 50% Package Cost

30 days or less -- 100% Package cost

Trip Details

Included: All accommodations, meals, Professional Bi-Lingual guides, (All our Guides are LEGAL residents of Chile), fishing, round-trip transfers between Balmaceda airport and the lodge. Beer, wine, and our House Specialty Pisco Sours!

Not Included: Airfare to/from Patagonia- Balmaceda Airport. Any accommodations, transfers, and meals in Santiago. Fishing licenses (approximately US $70 per person). Staff and guide gratuities. We suggest 15% gratuities for guides and staff which are split evenly among the Team. 

Travel Observations and Arrival Information

To get to Los Torreones Lodge you need to make flight arrangements to Balmaceda, Chile (code:BBA).

Direct flights from Santiago run regularly, though it is wise to get your booking well in advance.
At the Balmaceda airport you will be met by lodge staff .It´s small airport and  easy to find each other. We first drive 40 minutes into Coyhaique, and stop to get your fishing Licenses a cup of coffee, and slowly edge into the Patagon Life style. Then we drive another 40 minutes through the Simpson Valley out to the Lodge. Departure Information: On your departure day you will be driven back to Balmaceda airport by a member of our staff.

Travel Recommendations in Chile Documentation Requirements

You will need a valid passport to enter Chile! Please make sure your passport is valid for six months after the last day of your trip. No visa is needed for US citizens traveling to Chile.

Currency: Basically not needed. At the lodge dollars are accepted at current exchange rate for gratuities, artwork, and any “extras”. Los Torreones currently does not accept Credit Cards:

Cash, Personal Checks and Bitcoin are preferred.

Travel Cash: Chile is highly wired for commercial ATM banking. While almost all restaurants and hotels take Credit cards in Santiago some cash is needed for gratuities and souvenirs. As a rule of thumb count on approximately $750.00 – $1,000.00 (per week of travel /per person) for tips, handicrafts, and “extras”.

Gratuities: Our Guides and staff work long and hard over the short season and highly appreciate any gratuity! We suggest a minimum of 15% of your package rate per person per week. On your final morning at the Lodge we will add this gratuity to the final total bill and distributed appropriately.
Fishing Licenses:We can  also arrange your Chilean fishing license for you online prior to your arrival in Chile. This saves a little time on your arrival day. Cost is approximately (US $75 per person). The fishing license is good for one year. This is not included in your package price and can be paid in US dollars/ cash when you arrive to Los Torreones. Please include with your booking the following information for us to get the license online: full name, DOB, address and passport number.

Weather:

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.
— Mark Twain

We don't think Mark Twain made it to Patagonia but he was spot on in his description of the weather.

Boy scout your approach to weather and you will be fine:

Be Prepared!

From hot and sunny (80°F+) to cool and rainy (40ºF) and the occasional blast of wind. Expect rain, sun, wind In short ANY condition. We recommend the layered approach.

Clothing: Think layered clothing appropriate for warm days and cool evenings. Casual travel oriented wear is the rule of thumb. Light Rain gear of course and wind breakers for trekking are appropriate.

Light shoes for inside the lodge in the evening. For trekking or horse back riding good hiking shoes.

Medical Facilities: Please let us know if you have any special needs. It is the guest's responsibility to disclose any special medical, physical, or diet requirements to the lodge ahead of time in order to for us to be as prepared as possible.. Safety first!

The lodge will make every effort to ensure your safety during your stay with us at Los Torreones Lodge; however, outdoor activities of this nature are not entirely ‘risk free.’ We highly recommend investing in travel insurance and/or medical evacuation coverage. The nearest full service hospital is in the regional capital of Coyhaique 45 minutes by car

Please Note:

Fly Fishing, Horse Back Riding, Rafting, Camping, Hunting, Treking, and touring in Patagonia consittute outdoor activities which have a risk of personal injury.

Again, we encourage that our guests to get insurance that will cover such risks.  NietherLos Torreones Lodge  nor any of its associates shall  be or become liable or responsible in any way in connection with any loss, injury or damage to or in respect to, any person or property howsoever caused or arising.

Due to acts of god, “Force Majeure”, and/ or adverse weather conditions, certain activities may be modified, or canceled, especially if the Guide  estimates that there is higher risk for an individual or for the group. It is understood that the client will in all cases follow explicitly the instructions of the Guide in regards to personal and group safety.

If canceled, we will do everything possible so the activities are substituted for others of a similar nature.

Power and Communications: In Chile we use 220-volt power so please remember to bring the rounded two prong adaptors to use during your stay.

Cell phones work at the lodge and Internet service is available but slow due to narrow bandwidth in the region. Telephone and more rapid internet services are available in Aysén and Coyhaique if required.

We also offer bottled water at all meals should you require it.

Laundry: Laundry service is offered to all guests free of charge.

Wifi & Internet: The lodge has highspeed internet access you can use day or night. You will probably be too busy catching fish though. 

Water: Yes! You can drink the water! It's terrific.

Beverages/Alcohol: The lodge provides beer, Pisco sours, wine (of course! We are in Chile). You are more than welcome to bring your own Duty Free scotch or whiskey available on your international flight down.