The Paloma River Lodge
- 5 bedrooms
- 7 bathrooms
- sleeps 6
Description from the owner
Remote fishing lodge nestled up next to the mountains in southern Patagonia. Just a couple minutes walk from the edges of the Paloma River, you and your group will enjoy some spectacular fly fishing for 6 full days, all guided by professional bilingual fishing guides. Included in the rental for the week, guides, boats, fishing equipment, catered meals, Chilean wines, transfers in and out to the Bamaceda airport. We charge $3250 per person for up to 6 anglers per week.
The Paloma River Lodge
Additional Location Information
Location Type Away from it all, Resort, River
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 01, 2013 ◀▶
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Date||Nightly Rate||Weekly Rate||Monthly Rate|
|All other dates ||$3,250||$19,500|
|6 night min stay | Any day check-in|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi [?]
- Board Games
- Pet friendly - Yes
- Smoking allowed - Yes
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Yes
- Away from it all
- 2000 square feet
What Past Guests Are Saying
An excellent week filled with great fishing, excellent food, and
Went to Paloma River Lodge on the recommendation of a friend, and he wasn't wrong. Enjoyed the diversity of types of fishing, the scenery, and the food at the lodge, but especially the people of Chile. While the lodge is rustic, there wasn't anything that was needed that wasn't provided. Very relaxed atmosphere, the guides were excellent and very willing to teach different styles of fishing. It was a great experience - already have booked my next trip!
Boca Grande, Florida
Very close to a wilderness experience
Six of us visited PRL strictly to go trout fishing. Despite cold and rain every day, plus high winds which make fly fishing difficult, we caught lots of good quality fish. Our largest fish were 2 23 inch brown trout, and we caught a number of 18+ inch fish. Our top day was 20+ fish which two of us experienced. We did not see another angler in six days of fishing, and the scenery in this fairly remote part of Patagonia was superb. The accommodations are definitely not luxurious, but they are clean and the meals were quite good. This is not a place where one would take a non-fishing wife. There are no towns nearby and no tourist sites except the scenery, which is everywhere.
I have been there 3 times and each trip has been incredible. Great varied fishing, incredible scenery, wonderful food, and all in a remote location and small lodge atmosphere! Looking forward to going back again soon!