WELCOME TO RIO MANSO LODGE!​

Nahuel Huapi National Park

Patagonia Argentina Fly Fishing

Premier Lodging Destination

Located in Northern Patagonia near the border with Chile, Orvis-Endorsed Rio Manso Lodge offers a host of activities led by exceptional fly fishing, elegant yet comfortable lodging, and extraordinary cuisine. Nestled in Nahuel Huapi National Park in the midst of virgin waters and lush forests, our caring staff will make your Patagonian experience a very special one.

If you are looking for the best fly fishing in Patagonia Argentina you’ve come to the right place. At Rio Manso Lodge, you will fish a wide variety of waters from small streams and large rivers to intimate spring creeks and deep productive lakes where monster browns, hefty rainbows and trophy brook trout swim.
Non-Fishing Guests: Choose from a range of pleasurable activities: hiking,birding, golf, shopping and sightseeing.

Join us to explore some of Patagonia’s best fly fishing in the waters surrounding Rio Manso Lodge. From November through April, you can strip streamers, swim nymphs or drift dry flies on a host of water within minutes of the lodge.

Treat yourself to a comfortable room with a view voted the best setting in all of Patagonia. Creative and satisfying cuisine complemented with traditional Argentine dishes will have you anticipating dinner each evening.

Explore the wilds of the Andes with our expert local guides. Hiking, birding, rafting, kayaking, trekking and more are all available to guests in the middle of 2 million acres of the largest national park in northern Patagonia.

With a full complement of amenities, Rio Manso is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the fresh mountain air, beautiful views, and peaceful setting of Patagonia. Recharge with a sauna, massage, and do as much, or as little as you wish.

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Trout Of Patagonia

Brown Trout

Aggressive, elusive predators of the depths

Rainbow Trout

Well known acrobatic and feisty fighters

Brook Trout

Wary, cagey beautiful quarry

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