Yankee Way Lodge

Located on the shores of Lago Llqnquihue (pronounced Yan Kee Way) in the spectacular lake district of Chilean Patagonia, this world-class resort offers a rare combination of true luxury, fine dinning, a remarkable diversity of trophy trout waters, and quality outdoor activities for non-anglers.

Equally as impressive as their fishing program, is the lodge’s adventure sport program. Whitewater rafting, mountain biking, single and multi-day trekking expeditions, volcano climbs, and horseback expeditions are available throughout the season. And when you return to the lodge after a day of roughing it, you will be met with a level of comfort and service as spectacular as the natural surrounding. The elegant exposed beam lodge has spared no expense and is among the most tasteful facilities we have ever visited. Enjoy evening wine tastings followed by dinners of broiled chicken, smoked salmon, and local seafood, then retire to tastefully appointed private bungalows boasting leather couches, decadent overstuffed beds, down comforters and whirlpool baths.

Yan Kee Way Travel:

Travelers arrive in and depart from Santiago, Chile and connect to Puerto Montt, Chile. From Puerto Montt anglers travel with a lodge representative to Yan Kee Way.

Sample Itinerary:

Day 1: Depart Home.

Day 2: Arrive Santiago: The majority of flights to Chile depart the US in the evening and arrive early in the morning at the Santiago International Airport. Upon arrival you will have to clear customs and then transfer to the domestic terminal which is just 100 yards away from the international terminal. From the domestic terminal you will fly to Puerto Montt. In Puerto Montt you will be greeted by a member of the Yan Kee Way Lodge staff and drive one hour to the lodge.

Day 3-8: 6 full days of fishing @ Yan Kee Way Lodge

Day 9: Fly from Puerto Montt to Santiago. Depart Santiago for the US.

Day 10: Arrive Home.

Yan Kee Way Documentation:

Passport required.

Yan Kee Way Climate:

Temperatures typically range from the mid 50’s to the mid 90’s. In the summer it is usually quite warm during the day and cool in the evening. However, it is important for guests to be prepared for cold rainy conditions throughout the season.