7 ways to take care of your skin
Staying home, but want to keep your skin healthy? Here we offer suggestions from Katherine Zenteno, manager of Uma Spa at Tierra Chiloe and an expert in the use of natural health products.
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.
Pulmay Chilote Recipe
“Curanto en hoyo” is Chiloé’s most typical and delicious dish, prepared using ancestral traditions and cooking methods. While itusually requires a large, open-air space to cook, the islanders have come up with the perfect alternative for making an equally scrumptious version at home in a kitchen pot.
Photographing Pumas in Torres del Paine
It is not easy to photograph Chile’s largest cat in its natural habitat. However, Roberto Ruiz, excursions guide at Tierra Patagonia, has on several occasions managed to achieve some impressive portraits of this animal.
Excursions that respect nature
Our adventures allow guests to get out and enjoy the beautiful scenery, but we also ensure that we take proper measures in order to protect the environment. At Tierra Hotels, we are very committed to following these rules and teaching our guests about why they are so essential to ecological conservation.
Photographing Torres del Paine
Everyone wants to photograph Patagonia’s iconic Torres del Paine. Whether you are going for a professional photo or just a nice memory of your trip, if you want to do this well, you must be in the right place at the right time. Follow this advice to find the best angle from which to photograph this natural monument.
This enormous volcano, sacred to indigenous people, appears on the desert horizon and immediately captivates the attention of those who visit San Pedro de Atacama. It is dormant, but does not appear so. Rising above the high plains, it is part of the Andes Mountain Range and its crater contains the fifth largest lagoon in the world.
The native ingredients of the Atacama Desert – the driest desert in the world – have been utilized for centuries by the local people. Used in different preparations, herbs like rica-rica, pingo-pingo, and copa-copa, provide a multitude of health and wellness benefits. All of these herbs and plants grow in the desert at over 2,200 meters above sea level.