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Tierra Chiloé reflects the traditional stilt house palafitos architecture but with a modern twist, designed to optimize views on this remote island in the Chiloé Archipelago. The lodge sprawls across 25 acres and blends adventure, luxury, and retreat, offering an outstanding all-inclusive experience in this remote part of Chile.
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We suggest a minimum of 3 nights to allow guests for at least 2 full days of guided experiences. From trekking through forests in Tepuhueico Park and visits to the island’s towns and Unceso-listed wooden churches to sailing on the hotel’s Williche boat, guests enjoy an array of experiences. The kitchen is equally impressive – check out the daily catch options like mussels and sea urchins sourced from the local fishing community. Pair your meal with a glass of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc or one of the inventive cocktails. Make sure to try the signature Nalca Sour cocktail, a twist on the traditional pisco sour using local Ulmo honey made from flowers of a native tree found only in Southern Patagonia.
Tierra Chiloé is located on Chiloé Island in Chile, Castro, the island’s capital, is a half-hour drive from the hotel and there are direct flights from Castro’s airport to Santiago. For more flight options, Puerto Montt in the Lake District is approximately three hours away, requiring a ferry journey.
Tierra Chiloé is open from spring to the end of autumn (October to May). The best time to visit Chiloé Island is during the summer months, from December to February. This region often experiences rainfall. December to March are the driest months, but rain is still likely so be sure to pack your raincoat. February is Chileans’ favourite month for a vacation, so the islands may be busier during this month. Heavier rains are more common from March to May, with fewer tourists expected.