Chiloé is a mix of rolling green hills and blue waters on the eastern side, and a rocky coastline pounded by the mighty Pacific Ocean to the west. Scattered smaller islands emerge from the Sea of Chiloé between the island and the mainland, completing this beautiful Northern Patagonian archipelago.
Shaped by the meeting of the land with the sea, the culture of the people here includes innovative architectural techniques, delicious cuisine and mythology rooted in a mix of pre-Columbian religion and legends introduced by European immigrants from long ago.
Here you will find some island vacation expert tips to prepare your adventure travel to Chiloé.
IMPORTANT: From May 16, 2020 Australian Passport holders need a visa to enter Chile. This must be obtained online here.
Discover Chiloe Island
A land steeped in myth and legend, distinguished by its stilted houses, evergreen landscapes and enchanting hospitality, the Chiloé Archipelago is a magical place.
Chiloe Island Map and how to get to Tierra Chiloé
Tierra Chiloé Adventure and Spa Hotel is situated on the main island of the Chiloé archipelago, surrounded by the channels and ﬁords of Northern Patagonia.
Chiloé Weather & Packing List
The weather in Chiloé is temperamental. Let us help you prepare for wind, sun and showers, as you never know what the day will bring!
Surroundings Tierra Chiloé Adventure and Spa Hotel is located 20 minutes from the town of Dalcahue, the closest commercial center. If you would like to explore Dalcahue we have bicycles to borrow, or we’d be happy to arrange a vehicle transfer for you instead.
The island of Chiloé, an archipelago carpeted in woodland and edged in by the Pacific Ocean on the fringes of northern Patagonia, is an underestimated but fascinating stop on any adventure in Chile. The sample itinerary below will give you an idea of what your Chiloé adventure could be like, though it is purely for inspiration, as every experience at Tierra Chiloé is completely unique.
An architectural jaw-dropper, Tierra Chiloé overlooks verdant pastures and dramatic coastline on the remote, southern island of Chiloé, approximately two hours by plane from Santiago. Nightly rate inclusions Accommodation, breakfast, lunch and gourmet dinner. Open bar (includes mineral water, soft drinks, juices, house wines and spirits). Premium wines and spirits are available for an additional […]