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Surrounded by the vast beauty of Chilean Patagonia, PATA Lodge and Farm offers guests an intimate experience in one of the most untouched, remote parts of the world.
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Spend your days exploring the impressive landscapes of this remote corner of Patagonia or simply admiring its beauty.
For those who love water, there are endless possibilities to discover the rivers, lakes and fjords that surround PATA Lodge. Head out with experienced guides to raft down Futaleufú River, one of the best rivers in the world for whitewater rafting. Kayak down the Azul River, glide across Lonconao lake on a paddle board or spend the day fly-fishing. There’s also the unique opportunity to set sail through waters abundant with sea life, past fjords and to nearby national parks.
If you’re interested in exploring the countryside surrounding PATA, trek through forests, around lakes and up to snow capped peaks. Ride through the vast valleys on horseback or spend the day at the farm learning how to tend and care for the land and animals. The lodge’s gardens also offer a secluded escape to relax, read your book or enjoy a yoga class.
At night, curl up by your cabin’s fire playing games and sharing stories from your day’s adventure.
Overlooking Lonconao Lake and surrounded by the Andes, PATA Lodge is nestled in the Futaleufú valley in the Carretera Austral region of Chilean Patagonia.
Located very near the border with Argentina, PATA is best reached from the Argentinian city of Esquel. There are direct flights from Buenos Aires to Esquel. From there, it takes 1 hour 20 mins by car to cross the border and reach PATA.
Alternatively, the lodge can be reached by car from Puerto Montt (8 hours) and Bariloche (4 hours). Both of these drives are spectacular.
While Patagonia can be visited throughout the year, we’d recommend visiting PATA between November and March when it’s summer. During these months, it’s also the rafting and fishing season.