All guests have the responsibility to disclose any kind of special medical, physical or dietary needs to the Lodge ahead of time in order to facilitate an enjoyable excursion. The Lodge will make every effort to ensure your safety while you are a guest at the Lodge; however, outdoor activities of this nature are not entirely without risk. The Lodge recommends investing in travel insurance.
Pack light, warm and windproof clothing. Those visiting us in the late season can count on cold mornings and evenings. Wind bloc and Wind Stopper fleece products are very good and when combined with breathable waders and jacket, offer superior protection that will keep you warm and comfortable all day. Prepare to dress in layers. Remember your sunscreen and polarized sunglasses!
The lodge recommends 7% to 10% of the lodge rate as total tip for the program's guides and staff. Guides generally fish an 8-hour day, but they will cater to the serious angler who fishes longer hours; in this case guide tips should be adjusted accordingly
*Prices subject to change. Due to the extreme increase in the cost of fuel, prices are subject to change without notice.
US dollars are welcomed at the Lodge for gratuities and additional services at the Lodge (telephone calls, internet, laundry, etc.) The Lodge also accepts traveler’s checks and personal checks.
Temperatures rage is from 40‘s in the morning to over 80 in the afternoon. Bring warm clothing that can be layered.
The Lodge has 220 volt 50 cycle power and takes the rounded two-prong adaptors. The Lodge has adaptors for their guests. Just ask for assistance. Telephone and internet services are available.
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. Please note that Chile charges a one-time entrance fee of $130 dollars US before you clear customs when entering the country. Please be prepared to pay this in cash.
If you experience any problems in Santiago Chile please contact our Chilean Operations office in Punta Arenas on phone/fax (+56 61) 617107 or our 24hr emergency contact on (+56 02) 1960624. From Chile Rafael cell phone (+56 9) 79578636.