Latin America – Chile

FrontRunners April 2015: Off the Hook

Cast away at a pair of new South American lodges. On the Fly The outfitter Frontiers debuted the seven-room Limay River Lodge (frontierstravel.com) in Argentine Patagonia last December, offering convenient access to the trout-filled southern banks of the Middle Limay River. Following a day of angling, guests can retire by the living room’s fireplace with […]

Beasts of the Southern Wild

A puma-tracking trip in Chilean Patagonia reveals the hidden life in one of the world’s most extreme and extraordinary landscapes.   Pía Vergara is looking for volunteers. The Chilean photographer is seated at the head of a long wooden table, where much lamb stew and Carménère has been consumed over the course of dinner. The […]

Vacation Homes: To Protect and Preserve

The appeal of Chilean Patagonia lies largely in the region’s inaccessibility. Its untamed beauty—an arresting tableau of glacier-fed lakes, rolling pampas, and ultramarine skies—has endured at least in part because of its remoteness. Now a bold new initiative is making this pristine corner of South America more accessible to a lucky few homeowners while simultaneously […]

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