Millions of people across the globe join together on April 22nd each year to celebrate this important day for the environment. For Tierra Hotels, it’s a very special date – after all, our name “Tierra” literally means “Earth” in Spanish. This day represents the spirit of what we do and the type of tourism we promote, respecting nature with concrete actions, alongside local communities.
Horseback riding like the locals in Patagonia
Roaming the extreme south on horseback is a wonderful experience that reveals the daily life of those who inhabit this incredible place, such as Luis Bahamondes, host of one of Tierra Patagonia’s excursions.
Solar Energy in the Atacama Desert
Thanks to its geography, Chile has one of the highest levels of solar radiation in the world. This has allowed sustainable projects, such as Tierra Atacama’s solar plant, to thrive while taking advantage of these favorable conditions.
Celebrate Earth Day today and everyday
Tierra means “Earth” in Spanish, and protecting it is at the core of everything we do – from solar panels that power us, down to the biodegradable straw served with your evening cocktail. Now more than ever, it’s important for all of us to take steps to protect our planet.
Traditional agriculture in Chiloe
A visit to Sandra Naiman’s organic farm is a way to get to know intimately a culture that profoundly respects and connects to the earth. A Williche entrepreneur opens the doors of her home to share her knowledge with tourists from all over the world.
Weaving a better future
At the end of 2019, Tierra Chiloé launched a beach clean-up project that seeks to continue its efforts to protect the environment and also support the local communities where the hotel operates.