A stylish, boutique lodge with easy access to three rivers, Tres Rios offers premium service in a stunning location.

A remote yet polished lodge with enviable views and fishing. 

Roughly an hour’s drive from Chapelco airport, Tres Rios is a truly sleek little lodge with some exceptional water access and equally impressive dining. Owned and hosted attentively by Lucas Rodriduez Taschler, the lodge offers a great opportunity to fish three major rivers from an impressively classy properly on a beautiful private estancia.


Benefitting from enviable private access to 10 miles of the lower Chimehuín, Tres Rios provides exceptional wading in a section of the river only accessible from the bank to guests of the lodge. This provides especially good fishing later in the season from February to April, when guests can continue to wade when boats can no longer float through.

The lodge takes it name (‘three rivers’ in English) from its location, overlooking the valley containing the Chimehuín, Collón Curá and Aluminé: great views along with the great fishing.

From Tres Rios, we can also float all three of the rivers, as well as wade the Chime.


Tres Rios is a rarity: a modern, purpose built lodge on a smart, privately owned estancia. The lodge can sleep up to 8 guests in three main ensuite rooms in the main building, as well as a more secluded private cabin with its own decking set apart from the main building. Rooms are spacious, and traditional but tastefully decorated.

Aside from the main lodge, the property also includes a very well appointed asado pit overlooking the river, a beautiful bar and dining room and even a small outdoor pool overlooking the Collón Curá. It’s nothing if not classy.

Relatively remote at about an hour’s drive along dirt road from Chapelco airport, the lodge is also totally off-grid, and practically self-sufficient.


Food and drink at Tres Rios is taken very seriously, and guests reap the rewards. Gourmet cuisine by excellent chefs is on offer at every meal, and the wine list is impeccably curated. 

Weather permitting, guests enjoy meals with a view on the spectacular terrace overlooking the Collón Curá river. 

Meals are further complemented by the premium service, and the attention and presence of the owner and Lucas, who personally manages the entire operation.

Off the water

Tres Rios is nestled in a small, riverside estancia, which offers its own horses up to guests to enjoy horse riding around the beautiful property. Bird watching can also be arranged.

Aside from that, Tres Rios’s secluded location means it’s a little hard to visit town, so it’s better enjoyed by those looking for the peace and quiet found by getting a little off the beaten track.

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