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Sprawled across the dramatic coastline of Chilean Patagonia, Mari Mari Hotel and Nature Reserve offers guests adventure and lavish comfort, along with unbeatable views. Amidst a pristine environment, embark on guided expeditions, enjoy exquisite cuisine and indulge in utmost luxury.
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Fill your days at Mari Mari with adventure. Along with a deeply knowledgeable guide, create tailored activities to suit the interests, ages and experience of your party.
Follow trails within the Nature Reserve by foot. Ride on horseback along the rugged coastline and through virgin rainforest. Observe penguin colonies, sea lion isles and whales from Mari Mari’s 35 ft-motor boat. Venture out across the ocean by kayak. Go surf fishing and offer your catch to the hotel’s chef for the evening’s meal. Discover the ancestral Mapuche culture around a traditional kütralwe campfire. Fly off in the helicopter to a remote lake for an intrepid fishing expedition.
After your expeditions, pamper yourself at the spa to the sound of the waves lapping the shoreline. Disconnect and re-energise with a meditation class. Unwind with a glass of organic Chilean wine as the sun sets across the ocean.
Evenings at Mari Mari are spectacularly peaceful. Replenish with mouthwatering meals prepared in the privacy of your own villa. After dinner, soak in the hot tub or watch a movie on the beach under the stars.
Mari Mari Hotel is located on the Pacific Ocean coast of Northern Patagonia Chile.
The nearest airport is El Tepual Puerto Montt (1 hour 20 minutes drive). There are daily flights from Santiago (1 hour 30 minutes). Private jet arrivals can fly to Puerto Montt.
There is also an option to transfer with the hotel’s helicopter. It is a scenic 20-minute journey along the Maullín River and coastal cliffs.
The best time to visit Mari Mari is between November and March when it is summer. This is also when the whales migrate and you can spot spouts of whales from your hot tub!