Why are Chilean oysters so tasty?
Oysters are an exquisite shellfish that surprise visitors from all over the world with their delicious taste and delicate texture. Read here to learn how to eat them and which wine best accompanies them.
Blue Whales in Chiloé
This cetacean is one of the most impressive marine animals in the world and, if you are lucky, you might see it off the shores of the archipelago.
What is Nature Bathing?
From reducing stress to improving sleep, discover the positive effects of this practice on your body and mind at Tierra Chiloé.
Tips for choosing your hiking boots
It’s crucial to have proper footwear when going on an excursion. There are many different technologies, models and brands to choose from, but the most important is to make sure your shoes are appropriate for the activity. Desert terrain, rainy weather or a snow-covered mountain? Follow these tips to prepare accordingly and enjoy each step of your experience.
Paradise in the south of Chile
Constanza Leiva tells us about her recent visit to Tierra Chiloé: “This season, among dolphins, penguins and sea lions, the sunny days of this beautiful place blew me away once again.”
What is the We Tripantu?
It coincides with the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere, and is the most important celebration for the Mapuche tribe. It is similar to a new year, but with a much more profound meaning, as the bond with nature is an essential part of this culture’s cosmovision. To them, this day marks the “beginning of the return” of the sun.
The warm wool of Chiloé
Craftwork in wool is one of the artistic traditions that characterizes the chilota culture. The climate of this magnificent archipelago in the south of Chile has led its inhabitants to seek warmth through weaving, using the ancient textile techniques of the Mapuche people.
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.
Tierra Chiloé: Collaborative design
Surrounded by incredible natural landscapes, Tierra Chiloe also astounds for its detailed interiors. In this video, Alexandra Edwards and Carolina del Piano tell us what leading this project meant for them, and about their special focus which goes beyond just the aesthetics.
A friendly greeting from Chiloé
Our dear friend Sandra Naiman sent us this video with a kind message for everyone who has visited or plans to visit the beautiful island of Quinchao to get to know her farm, her home, her animals and along the way, learn a bit about traditional Chilote agriculture.
Healthy connections with nature
The archipelago of Chiloé is not only a destination filled with stunning scenery, but is also a place with a special geography which enables visitors to experience a sense of oneness with the wild. Eduardo Angulo, the Resident Manager of Tierra Chiloé, tells us how he and his team are preparing to welcome guests again, in the heart of this wonderful island in the south of Chile.
Tips on what to wear for going on excursions in Chiloé
Rain is part of the charm of this beautiful island – a very special climate that surprises us throughout the day with intense rains and clear skies. Because of the sporadic weather, it is important that we dress smartly when we leave the comfort of the hotel to go explore, with clothing that will allow us to enjoy the magnificent views that this Chilean archipelago has to offer.