How about rafting on a river made of meltwater from the Andes?
Or walking through a huge forest
of hundred-year-old trees?
Or leaving it all for later and falling asleep feeling the warmth of a fireplace? At the Pata Lodge, you have all these options and many more. A hidden nook amid snowy mountains, within the Pata Farm – Futaleufú River.
Surrounded by spectacular landscapes, with a rustic aspect and very comfortable accommodations, the six Pata Lodge cabins have their own profile, each with different architecture and layout, all built with local material and labor, aiming at developing the area as a whole.
Khyber Pass and Casa de Piedra: These are the most spacious cabins and were designed to host families or groups of friends. Each unit includes three separate bedrooms and accommodates up to six people.
La Zeta: This option offers two bedrooms and was designed for couples with up to two children.
Tiburón and Mundaka: Each cabin has one double room and a mezzanine.
TIBURÓN & MUNDAKA
CASA DE PIEDRA