There is something special about passing by Tipiliuke's kitchen.Some will be attracted to the scents and perfumes of homemade cooking and others will be fascinated by the stories of dedication and uniqueness guarded by those walls!Continue reading
¡And another Winter is here!
There is something special about seasons at Tipiliuke Lodge, each so different and beautiful and yet so dependent on each other.
Can´t believe it´s over !!!! And what a great season it was!!Continue reading
Argentina, Patagonia: Fly fishing for trout in the pristine waters of Chimehuin RiverContinue reading
Patagonia Quail at TipiliukeContinue reading
The prestigious The Australian journal has just included Tipiliuke lodge as part of its selection of small hotels & lodges around the world.Continue reading
Fly fishing in Patagonia by Catherine MarshallContinue reading
Tipiliuke lodge was selected as one of the Best 10 Luxury Fishing Lodges in the world by Gear Patrol(*) in September 2016.Continue reading
Tipiliuke lodge was selected once again by Taschen’s style and travel department according to criteria like stylistic harmony, location, service, and cost-performance ratio as one of the "Great Escapes in South America" - Patagonia .Continue reading
Tipiliuke lodge was selected as one of the Best 10 Luxury Adventures Lodges in the world by Gear Patrol(*) in August 2016.Continue reading
Amberjack Newsletter Apr. 2016, by Patrick McEvoyContinue reading
Being at the bar, enjoying the fishing stories of the day we received Benjamin Tiemersma. He was proud with this beautiful trout he fished at the Chimehuín river (Patagonia) with the last glimpses of the day. Congratulations Benji!Continue reading
...'Prior to working at William Powell myself was lucky enough to work at Tipiliuke lodge [...] Surrounded by 48,000 acres of rugged, glacial landscape, with just 9 rooms, the lodge offers an exclusive getaway which few destinations can compare too.Continue reading
Tipiliuke was included in this prestigious Worlswide Directory of Angling & hunting Destinations.Continue reading
FISHING IN THE SHADOW OF GREAT ANGLERS
In this new fly fishing book, the author travels with his pen and fly rod, starting in Argentina, then Europe, and ending in the United States. He describes the captures not only of a few trout, but the grandeur of the Andes , a massive volcano looming over a spring creek; the tranquil beauty of a summer day on an English chalkstream, all yellow flags, buttercups and limpid water; the rushing excitement of a Pyrenean mountain stream, and the mellow fruitfulness of an American fall.
Once again this prestigious outdoor wear company has chosen Tipiliuke for their new Sport Shop catalog.
The esteemed members of the Eddie Bauer guides team have had the honor of sharing Tipiliuke with president Jimmy Carter. 2015
Dean Capuano, Director of Communications for SWAROVSKI OPTIK North America, long time guest and friend has sent us the brand new opening for the 2015 season of: Quests with the eyes of a Hawk.
Enjoy the clip and look up this summer in three new episodes. Watch the video: Quests with the eyes of a Hawk
First and only lady, up to now, in our Tipiliuke Grand Slam shield Bekah Klarr has honoured us spending her 25th birthday here at the lodge together with her mother, sister and aunt a couple of years ago. Some time later we found this great piece on the web. Thanks Bekah!!Continue reading
Tipiliuke lodge is proud to announce his recent recognition: Lodge of the Year 2014 in the Patagonia Anglers Choice Awards.Continue reading
This book takes us into San Martín de los Andes, located 30 minutes drive from the lodge, In Northern Patagonia. Eliseo and Isaías Miciu- Tipiliuke´s photographers´- are members of a saga of three generations of artits. They capture in this pages the unsuspected atmosphere of this mountain village | Book available at Tipiliuke´s Gift ShopContinue reading
A COLLECTION OF 100 HEAVENLY HIDEAWAYS
Tipiliuke was the only property in Argentinean Patagonia selected by Taschen’s style and travel department according to criteria like stylistic harmony, location, service, and cost-performance ratio
"100 Getaways" is a compilation of 100 hotels, in countries from Abu Dhabi to Vietnam. The two volumes make it a breeze to choose where to relax next. The gamut runs from dream castles to hipster chic; from small Mediterranean pensiones to the desert glamour of a luxury resort. The full scope of contemporary travel.
In early march 2014 legendery outwear company Eddie Bauer hosted some of the worlds top travel writters from, The New York Times, Outside, GQ, Mens Journal, Esquire among others. Along with EB guides John Burrell and world record holder for Mt. Everest summits Melissa Arnot.Continue reading
Tipiliuke lodge was honoured to receive the Sporting Classics Magazine Award of Excellence for the Top Fishing operation for 2011. ..."Recently, Tipiliuke earned widespread acclaim as a premier lodge destination for its world-class service"... (Sporting Classic magazine - April/March 2012.issue)Continue reading
..."Along the Chimehuín (...) is a wonderful lodge that hosts, basically, the unmatches brown trout fishery in the world. Crystal clear pools, big hatches, big fish, big scenery. The landscape is breathtaking, of course, the food phenomenal and the adventure that comes from such a perfect location is unyielding. (...) Places like Tipiliuke are not easy to find, but when you do, you know that you´ll be right back again and again" | www.jlpowell.comContinue reading
Tipiliuke lodge was selected as one of the 3 properties with top waters for fly fishing in the Lake District. (...)"The Rio Chimehuín is, perhaps, the most renowned Argentinean trout river" (...) | See more: The New FlyfisherContinue reading
In het zuiden van Atgentiniën ligt een estancia zonder weerga. De twee rivieren die het enorme landgoed Tipiliuke doorkruisen, zijn God's gift to fishermen.DE natuur is van en overweldigende schoonheid en verleidt tot wandelen, paardrijen, vliegvissen of gewoon lekker luieren. Moeilijk bereikbaar? Welnee.De luchthaven ligt op eigen terrein.Continue reading