Adventure, nature and majestic landscapes are just around the corner. Let yourself be enchanted by the activities you can enjoy while staying with us at Green Baker Lodge.

Fly Fishing

Enjoy with us a world-class fishing in the turquoise waters of the Baker River. Boats, professional guides and specialized team are waiting for you to be the protagonist of unforgettable moments.



Enjoy nature and get to know the landscapes of this majestic Patagonia through the paths and roads that the region offers us.

  • Trekking Parque Tamango
  • Patagonia Park Trekking
  • Trekking Baker River Neff
  • River Fossil Trekking Puerto Guadal


It consists of a raft down the Baker River in class 2 and 3+ rapids mainly. This activity is carried out in the first 6 kilometers of the Baker River, starting from Lake Bertrand where the equipment that makes the descent is tuned.


Patagonia National Park

At 2,000 kilometers south of Santiago, at the southern tip of South America, is the Patagonia National Park. With an area of ​​304,527.75 hectares, it integrates the lands of the former Estancia Chacabuco, donated by the Tompkins Conservation Foundation, plus the Jeinimeni and Cochrane Lake National Reserves, in addition to fiscal lands, and represents a breakthrough in ecosystem conservation, especially from the Patagonian steppe. This park is located in the transition zone between the arid steppe of the Argentine Patagonia and the temperate coigüe forests of the Chilean Patagonia, covering a range of ecosystems that includes grasslands, mountains, coigüe forests and wetlands.

Marble chapels

A must-see in Patagonia are the marble chapels that, with their incomparable beauty, offer us an unforgettable postcard of General Carrera Lake.


Canopy Green Baker Lodge

The air circuit and suspension bridge travel north of the lodge’s facilities, entering a beautiful coihues forest and towards the Baker riverbank to culminate with a “big jump” over the river bay famous for its large flow and Its turquoise waters.

Tamango National Park

The Tamango National Reserve invites us to know its beautiful trekking trails where you can witness the wonderful flora and fauna of the region. It is not uncommon to meet huemules in the middle of a walk and hear the unmistakable sound of the red-headed woodpecker. All accompanied by the incomparable waters of the Cochrane River, one of the most critalinos in the world.