Delta Lodge (Buenos Aires)
Exclusive Golden Dorado Fishing
Just 45 minutes outside Buenos Aires, Delta Lodge is located in a biosphere reserve where the Paraná River basin ends its journey. The fishing takes place in amidst the serene and plush green islands and channels of delta basin and will please serious anglers and business travellers alike with shots at elusive golden dorado and tarariras.
One of a Kind Fly Fishing Experience
This unique operation – the only one in the area, in fact – enables you to fish for golden dorado within view of Buenos Aires’ skyscrapers or escape further into the delta and visit one of the myriad braids that teem with life in this pristine wetland.
You can choose to take a day trip from Buenos Aries or spend a couple of nights at the lodge. Top quality fly fishing equipment is available for use, free of charge. You will also be supplied with meals and drinks, as needed. Your guide and host, co-owner Noel Pollak, is the world’s most seasoned dorado fly fishing guides and he is happy to provide fly fishing and fly tying instruction for guests interested in learning.
The lodge has been built following the typical ‘delta’ style and is a traditional wood construction built on stilts with high ceilings and decks. The maximum capacity is eight guests which ensures intimacy and personalised attention. Each of the four rooms has two beds and a private bathroom. Single rooms are available on request.
The main house has a sitting area, well-stocked bar, and fly-tying table. There are outdoor dining areas where guests enjoy delicious meals, and there is a hot tub to relax in at the end of the day.
Just Outside the City
Delta day trips provide the perfect release from the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires.
It is a great choice for those with either very little time to spare when visiting Argentina, where a week long stay at one of the revered lodges would be unfeasible, or for those who have a couple of days to spare either side of their visit when venturing further afield.