YELCHO IN PATAGONIA IS IMMERSED BETWEEN RIVERS, LAKES, FORESTS AND MOUNTAINS, PERFECT SCENARIOS FOR PRACTICING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES, YOU WILL DISCOVER INCREDIBLE PLACES, MANY OF THEM WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION
Fishing in Yelcho
Lake Yelcho is known as one of the best fly fishing circuits in the world, due to the great abundance of trout, their sizes and the company of a temperate climate. Entering the crystalline waters of the Yelcho Lake and River is a must-do adventure for trout and salmon fishermen.
Just about 6 kilometers from our enclosure is the majestic Yelcho Ventisquero, a solid formation of glacial ice that you can contemplate after doing an interesting trekking, advancing along a magical Patagonian Forest path
This national park is inserted within the Biosphere Reserve of the Temperate Rain Forests of the Southern Andes, declared by UNESCO in September 2007, due to its great biodiversity of global importance, given that it represents two biogeographic regions: the southern Andean province and the province of Valdivian forest.
Located within the Pumalín park, this snowdrift is undoubtedly one of the main spots in this area, a beautiful ice formation that gives life to this spectacular setting in the middle of forests of ancient trees and abundant native flora.
The sixth largest national park in Chile, it has more than 400 thousand hectares of pristine forests, fjords, rivers and lakes. It contains more than eighty lakes, many of them surrounded by ancient forests, where pumas peek out from the shadows. The brackish estuaries where the Corcovado and Tic Toc Rivers empty and merge into Corcovado Bay are exceptional wildlife habitat.
Located in Northern Patagonia, is the Futaleufú River, known worldwide for being a tourist destination for rafting and kayaking, in addition to being among the “Top 5” best rivers in the world for practicing the aforementioned disciplines. Its name means Big (futa) Water (leufú) in Mapudungún