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LocalAventura Tour: 2-Day Fly Fishing Tour in Chilean Patagonia
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2-Day Fly Fishing Tour in Chilean Patagonia

Fish in one of the world's most sought-out fly fishing destination close to Puerto Natales, Chile

2 days

Puerto Natales

2 ~ 2

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Surrounded by mountains, glaciers, and crystal blue rivers, there’s no better place to fly fish than in the middle of the 8th Wonder of the World. On this perfect tour for fly fishing enthusiasts, join Local Guide Felipe as you go deep into the wilderness into private land that is nearly untouched and completely away from other travelers. Patagonia has been renowned as one of the best fly fishing locations for its challenging yet rewarding rivers. Fly fishing in remote waters where few other anglers venture is an unforgettable part of visiting Patagonia. This 2-day excursion gives you the opportunity to spend two full days of fly fishing at a diverse range of waters and learning how to cast into the Wind.


  • Rio Serrano: Located right next to Torres del Paine National Park, Rio Serrano is one of the most popular fly fishing spots in Southern Patagonia. Home to wild resident brown trout, sea run brown trout and chinook salmon (king), Rio Serrano provides a wide range of fly fishing opportunities. The best season for trout would be from November to March and for chinook salmon from December to February.
  • Rio Penitente: 90 miles away from Puerto Natales, Rio Penitente is a rich river of wild brown trout giving opportunities of fishing sea run brown trout later in the season. Best season would be from October to April.
  • Sierra Baguales: The lesser-known Sierra Baguales is poised to become the new hot spot in the region making it to the bucket list of fly fishers. Rich with wild resident brown trouts, Baguales is a less travelled destination adored by absolute peace and quiet seekers. Best season for fly fishing would be from October to April.


  • 9am Pick-up from your hotel in Puerto Natales
  • Head out into the Patagonian wilderness
  • Learn about the challenges of fly fishing in Patagonia
  • Spend the day fishing
  • Drop-off back at your hotel around 5pm

Available days

Tour runs from mid-October to mid-April

What's Included

  • All fishing equipment (rods, reels, lines, flies, waders, and boots)
  • Private roundtrip transportation
  • Professional guiding service
  • 2 days of fly fishing
  • Air-conditioned 4WD vehicle
  • Entry tickets to Torres del Paine National Park
  • Breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner and refreshments for each day
  • Fishing license
  • Fly fishing gear: rod, reel, lines and flies
  • License

What's not included

  • Insurance
  • Tips for the guides


  • Always bring sunblock, hat, and sunglasses.
  • If you have special equipment you prefer to use, feel free to bring it. Otherwise, we will provide all the equipment.
  • The recommended tour runs from 9am to 6pm, but it can be made longer or shorter depending on traveler's preference.
  • If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know.
  • Please book in advance.


Outdoorsy Types


Felipe and Nili

We are a couple that is passionate about the wild and unique beauty of Southern Patagonia. As a pair, our mutual love of the outdoors brought us together, so we decided to make this shared interest into a business. Ever since we started, we’ve absolutely loved sharing our home with fellow adventure seekers from around the world.


Born and raised in southern Chile, I grew up exploring and learning about nature with my grandfather. I have since loved everything about being outside. I love the beauty, the natural meditations, and I especially love constantly learning about the geology, history, and biology of the land. Through over 11 years of experience in guiding in Patagonia, I’ve become an expert on Parque Nacional Torres del Paine and know every single corner of the park. In addition to Torres del Paine, I’ve worked in other incredible destinations around Chile, like San Pedro de Atacama, where I had the opportunity to climb high summits, like Volcan Pili and Sairecabur. A true lover of adventure, I feel lucky every day that I get to work in one of the world’s most beautiful places. I truly have the best office in the world.


Originally from Turkey, I decided to go after my dream of traveling throughout South America. When I finally made it to Patagonia, I knew it was where I was meant to stay. As a record-holding paraglider and an advanced open water diver, I love all things adventure, so the beautiful mountains and exciting outdoor activities made it the perfect location for me. Prior to moving to Patagonia, I used to be a teacher who led and coordinated cultural immersion programs for international students. I also speak English, Spanish, Turkish, and German, and so with my language skills, experience teaching and leading tours, and love of adventure, I knew being a guide was my next career move. Not only have I found a job that combines my prior experiences, but one that lets me explore and discover every single day.

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