With Tierra Chiloé’s all-encompassing portfolio of guided tours, you can hike, bike, kayak or sail your way through the charming landscapes of Chiloé. Adventure tours here with us will give you the feeling that you have always belonged.
At Tierra Chiloé, we also offer private guides and transfers if you are looking for a tailored experience just for you.
We will leave the stables accompanied by our horseman and guide, who know the best parts of the island. We pass through fields and farmland and enjoy the countryside characteristic of the area which enables us to get better acquainted with local life.
Tantauco Park Trekking: Virgin forest
Tantauco Park is located in Chiloe Isla Grande’s most remote and wild area along the northern border of Chilean Patagonia, at the southern end of the world.
Cole Cole: hidden beach, Chiloe National Park
Following the beach north for 12 km, we will see in action one of the typical Chilote economic activities: diving for razor clam extraction.
Low Tide: Ancestral experience
When the tide, dependent on the moon cycle, is low, this beach offers the experience of collecting many types of seafood, especially clams.
Quinchao Island: the true heart of traditional and indigenous Chiloe
We will head toward Achao, the island capital, and walk along its bay until arriving at the church. Depending on the time of year, we will see the work of local artisans.
Ahuenco Park: a slice of unique landscape
We will cross the Chepu River by boat, passing through the sunken forest and arriving to the pier, to start our trek through native forests and by points looking out on the Pacific Ocean.
Tricolor Trekking: The colors of forest, sand and sea
The colors of forest, sand and sea give rise to the name of this beach. On our trekking, we will cross Chiloe’s different landscapes.
Route of the Churches
This interesting tour to Quemchi, Aucar Island and three local churches can be done either on foot or by bicycle, the perfect chance to explore the north of the island on two wheels!
Mechuque: the island of stilt homes
Chiloé’s surrounding, smaller islands and islets are a treasure trove of wildlife, cultural heritage and enigmatic scenery simply waiting to be discovered, with the Chauques Isles, in which we find Mechuque, ranking among the most spectacular.
Chepu: hidden corners
Venture to the coastline of Chiloé’s National Park to encounter rugged beaches, winding rivers and a blissful lack of development.
Duahatao-Chepu Trekking: a past of active volcanism
This enchanting trekking begins at the beautiful Bay of Duhatao. From here, you will walk the twisting coastal cliffs as they merge into lush forest, taking time to appreciate privileged vantage points before heading deep into the woods.
Castro: discovering our heritage
The beating heart of Chiloé lies in the traditional stilted houses, grand churches and authentic craft markets of Castro, which we will discover on this tour.