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LocalAventura Tour: Full Day Fly Fishing Tour in Patagonia
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Full Day Fly Fishing Tour in Patagonia

Fish in one of the world's most sought-out fly fishing destinations

10 hrs

Puerto Natales

1 ~ 2

Medium content


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, Ben, as you go deep into the wilderness into a 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.

While the conditions may be difficult, Ben, a fly fishing expert, will help you navigate without quitting until you catch a fish. Not only has Benjamin selected all your equipment to best fit the environment, but he will work with you to customize and design your trip for whatever you’re looking for. An expert of the region, Ben will teach you all about the indigenous fish and geology of the region, and give you key tips to improve your fly fishing skills. A unique experience in a truly incomparable environment, this tour is an absolute can’t-miss for fly fishers.


  • Get picked up at your hotel in Puerto Natales
  • Head out into the Patagonian wilderness
  • Learn the about the challenges of fly fishing in Patagonia
  • Spend the day fishing
  • Get dropped off back at your hotel

Available days

Tour runs from mid-October to mid-April

Eligibility criteria

  • This tour is for medium or advanced level fly fishers, as the conditions in Patagonia are challenging.

What's Included

  • All fishing equipment (rods, reels, lines, flies, waders, and boots)
  • Transport
  • Bilingual guide
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Entrance fees

What's not included

  • License


  • If you are in a hotel far from Puerto Natales, you must arrange a ride into the town.
  • 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 8am to 6pm, but it can be made longer or shorter depending on traveler's preference.
  • Ben usually only takes 2 people on this tour, but can make exceptions for 1 additional person.
  • If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know.
  • Please book in advance.


Outdoorsy Types




Fly fishing is new sport that my husband and I enjoy. We wanted to do something just a tad different in Chile and especially in Patagonia. So, I started looking up fly fishing trips. I mean, fly fishing in Patagonia is world famous and we both decided to go for it. The fishing itself was hard, but only because we had 30 mph winds. We each caught a fish (mine after hours of frustration). I caught the biggest fish I have ever caught. We had a wonderful home cooked lunch with wine and a beautiful view. It was a great day, just windy. I'm so happy and thankful that this was added to our itinerary and I highly recommend it.

March 27th, 2017 Report ⚐


Every since I was little, I’ve loved fishing. My dad was a fisherman, so whenever we would travel around the different parts of Chile, we would always go fishing. When I was 15, one of our fishing guides taught me everything there was to know about fly fishing, and from then on, I was hooked. When it was time to go to school, I knew I wanted to study to become an adventure guide. I love the great outdoors and how diverse and interesting the geography of my country is. I wanted to meet people from around the world while also showing them around the most beautiful parts of Chile, from the desert all the way down to Patagonia. When a hotel in Patagonia reached out to me to run a fly fishing tour, of course I jumped at the opportunity. Three years later, I found myself leaving the hotel to start my very own fly fishing company. Ever since, I’ve loved taking travelers out and seeing the look on their faces when they witness the incredible Patagonian scenery, and, of course, when they catch their first fish. On my fly fishing tours my goal is to help you catch a fish. I won’t leave until we achieve that goal and I get to see that smile on your face.

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