Our Deluxe River Camps allow you to fully immerse yourself into the Patagonia experience, without giving up your creature comforts. Imagine a day where you fish the river, creek or lake of your dreams and then conclude the evening gazing into the southern night sky. This is an opportunity for you to see a side of Argentina that most people can only fantasize about but will never know. That is what you will experience with your Andes Drifters Deluxe River Camp.
Deluxe River Camps also give you the opportunity to fish water that is otherwise inaccessible. Several rivers and streams that we offer are remote and/or have extremely limited access. This makes camping the only viable lodging option for you to share in this experience. Equally important, camping will maximize your time on the water, give you a chance to fish the evening hatch and minimize your drive time.
Our multiple years of offering this unique lodging option has literally equipped us to provide for all your needs. We have thought of everything and your dedicated camp staff will pamper you so that you never have to lift a finger!
Deluxe River Camps, FAQs
Each camp applies to a specific itinerary. We require a minimum of four guests per camp night. If your group is smaller than four we will work with you to match you up with another couple to round out the group.
We supply everything that you will need.
Our Deluxe River Camps can be utilized on the Alumine, Caleufu, Chimehuin, Collon Cura, Limay Medio and more isolated spring creeks, streams and mountain lakes. Our Deluxe River Camps are typically the most efficient lodging option for many of our more remote and secluded locations.
You will have a dedicated camp staff to take care of everything. All you need to do is relax and enjoy yourself.
A minimum of one but we can design your itinerary to include as many days as you would like.
All the food is excellent and includes fresh salads, locally raised beef, lamb and chicken, fresh vegetables, homemade pastas, breads and desserts. Dinners and sometimes lunches are cooked over the open fire. Breakfast includes: eggs, bacon, fresh fruit, juice, yogurt, toast, fresh pastries and tea or coffee. If you have any special dietary needs just let us know and we’ll make sure that they are properly addressed.
Patagonia does not have poisonous snakes, bears or other dangerous wildlife.