Tipiliuke lodge was selected as one of the Best 10 Luxury Fishing Lodges in the world by Gear Patrol(*) in September 2016.
Michael Finn wrote: "Fly-fishing is all about finding perfect solitude. It is, first and foremost, a sport that allows you to turn off your brain and meditate on nothing more than a clean cast as you listen to the sound of water, trees and wildlife. The following fly-fishing destinations all have one thing in common: they foster this sense of perfect solitude. The accommodations put you as close to nature as possible, the service is impeccable, and the fishing guides are the best in the world. "(...)
(...) "Tipiliuke resides in the heart of a 50,000-acre cattle ranch in the fabled Patagonia wilderness. A small man-made creek and two crystal-clear trout rivers, the Quilquihue and the Chimehuín, run through the property. The fishing and scenery is incredible, as you’d expect from such a pristine wilderness as Patagonia — but Tipiliuke is equally revered for its spectacular accommodations. This is far from roughin’ it, folks: there’s a wood-burning sauna, massage room, fine dining (mostly locally grown Argentinian cuisine) and nine luxurious rooms adjoined to the main lodge, which overlooks a serene valley. Daytime can and should be spent getting dirty and wet and covered in fish slime; evenings are for lounging by the stone fireplace in a cashmere sweater, swirling an expensive Malbec. (...)"
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