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Patagonia on a Budget

June 7, 2012 By: Gus Delaporte

A trip to Patagonia is on the bucket list for many anglers, but the price can often be prohibitive at up to $850 per day. However, those travelers that are willing to forgo the all-inclusive lodges can find a more budget-friendly way to chase the region’s famous brown and rainbow trout.

Anglers can try staying at local hotels and hiring an independent guide. The more adventurous can even rent a car and sleep at campsites while exploring remote locations on their own. Trimming the more luxurious options can save up to $450 per day in costs.