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Cayutue lodge sits on the shore of the Todos Los Santos lake and is accessible only by private boat. With various rivers and lakes with the best Dry Fly fishing for brown and Rainbow trout. A secret paradise for the true fly fisherman within Chile´s oldest National Park.... more
At the end of the American continent, in the south of legendary Patagonia and across Tierra del Fuego on the shores of the Strait of Magellan, lies the southernmost city in the world, Punta Arenas. Here, this exclusive hotel retains the atmosphere of a centenary old Mansion from the days when it was the base of powerful pioneer families that wrote... more
Stand in the spell of still water. And remember what it’s like to get goosebumps. This is Coyhaique Chile, one of the last unspoiled, first class fly fishing destinations on earth. Fish the mystery of moving water in the spring creeks, streams, and major river mouths. Or become converted, to the secret of still water fly fishing for trophy... more
Samay Lagoon Lodge is a resort in San Jose, Costa Rica offering jungle safari tours and world-class sport fishing. Samay Lagoon Lodge is equipped with 22 comfortable single and double rooms complete with ceiling fans, private baths, and efficient and personalized service. There are experienced local guides for both nature tours and boat... more
Acknowledged as one of South America's finest hotels, Hyatt Regency Santiago is located in an exclusive residential neighborhood minutes away from downtown Santiago. An architectural and social centerpiece of the city, the hotel is a gathering place for friends and business associates alike.... more
Until recently, the fish of the Rio Palena and its tributaries were untroubled by any human activity. Today, in this remote corner of Northern Patagonia, the Rio Palena Lodge offers the select few a chance to seek out trophy-sized wild trout amid breathtaking scenery. Shadowed by snow-capped peaks and mountain slopes draped in lush forest, the... more
Amid the stately Torres del Paine National Park, Hotel Explora, was built respecting the environment with a refined architecture. Noble materials used provide a warmth and luxury environment. Some of the 30 hotel feauture hydromassage. At Explora, a comprehensive daily excursion package is available.... more
"Posada de los Farios" is located on a small working cattle ranch on the banks of the Rio Cisnes (River of Swans), 85 miles north of Coyhaique, bordering the pristine Quelat National Park. The fishing is primarily for Brown Trout, hence the name: Posada de los Farios. "Fario" being the chilean name for Brown Trout. The mountain scenery is... more
For 50 years we have welcomed skiers to Portillo. For 50 years we have lovingly looked after our guests vacation's pleasure. And for 50 years we have watched our guests fall in love with the Andes, our incredible ski terrain, fabulous food, warm friendly staff and our 'old leather' hotel. Join us this year and ski or snowboard the Andes in Chile!... more
White stucco walls and terra cotta roofs, expansive ocean views, a rolling golf course, spacious rooms and suites, sophisticated rustic style -- these elements combine to create a world apart at Marbella Resort. Accommodations are thoughtfully appointed with the latest amenities, while service and persona; attention are reminiscent of a more... more
This colonial-style residence, tucked away in the Andes, is set amidst tropical gardens. Covered galleries lead to its beautiful guestrooms, hung with old paintings and decorated with period furniture. Amidst this ancestral family home's exquisite crystal, porcelain and silver, savour Chilean cuisine and superb wines. The Hacienda has been renowned... more
The Spanish founded Santiago in 1541 on the slopes of the Andes, and it shows - in the language, the culture and in the richness of the architecture. Stately old buildings advertise a decaying grandeur that has been rescued by one of the world's fastest growing economies. The focal point of the city is Providencia, cosmopolitan and tree-lined,... more
Hotel Presidente is located on 867 Eliodoro Yáñez St., very close to downtown and Providencia, the new financial, cultural and shopping area with the most complete variety of restaurants, pubs, boutiques and shopping malls in town. Placed in a nice and quiet neighborhood, next to the subway station Salvador, an easy access to any place in the... more
At the foot of the Puyehue volcano, on the shores of the namesake lake, you will find a genuinely different location for satisfying the traveler needs. It's hot water springs are set among hauntingly beautiful native forests. You are invited to relax in them and benefit from their curative properties. The hotel also includes a modern Convention... more