Trevelin/Los Alerces National Park
The Los Alerces National Park area of Argentina is situated amongst some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in the region, and the quaint Welsh settlement of Trevelin sits right at its door. This is the location of the exceptional lodge which serves as base of operations for these itineraries, at the center of the near-uncountable number of spring creeks, rivers, and lakes which abound in this beautiful area. Our itineraries here generally fish new water each day of even the longest summer fishing trips.
Most fishing days are a mix of floating and wading, some of which we do on the area’s more famous waters which have long and fabled histories, and some of which is carried out in secret, amongst out of the way nooks in the beautiful valleys that abound between.
Patagonia River Guides Trevelin Lodge is open every year from November 1st through May 1st. Package rates (quoted in US dollars) are single rooms complimentary and include ground transfers in Buenos Aires as well as from Esquel to the Lodge and back, all meals, house wine, beer, liquor & soft drinks, local transportation, professional guide, private water access fees, fishing license, and also all flies, leaders, tippet, and loaner equipment such as: Winston rods, Simms waders & boots, and Hatch reels with floating & sinking lines.
Double Occupancy Rates
Early Season: Nov 1st to Dec 31st - $5,950 per week or $850 per night
High Season: Jan 1st to May 1st - $6,300 per week or $900 per night
*Custom planned trips are also available for this destination in combination with Patagonia River Guides North and Estancia Tres Valles; Contact us today for available dates and details, and get started on your way to this dream-trip of a lifetime to see just why Patagonia River Guides sets the standard for top fly fishing destinations in Argentina and around the world.