Artisan craftwork using volcanic rock
Alejandro González is considered a Living Human Treasure, for preserving the ancient customs of the town of Toconao in San Pedro de Atacama. His artistic presentations are recognized in his traditional music and carvings in pumice stone. His sculptures are part of the decoration in the hotel Tierra Atacama.
Why is the Atacama Desert called the “driest desert in the world”?
One of the most impressive places in the north of Chile is San Pedro de Atacama. Not only do its landscapes look like they’re on another planet, but also its soil, which is used by scientists to simulate the experience of stepping on Mars. The wind flow, the ocean currents and the surrounding mountains are some of the factors which create these fascinating and unique conditions.
11 Conservation targets in Torres del Paine National Park
In Chilean Patagonia there are some basic rules that we must comply with in order to protect its fragile ecosystem. The beautiful landscapes of the extreme Southern cone contain a rich biodiversity, important archeological sites, and an invaluable history which must all be protected by those who traverse its paths.
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.
“The Torres del Paine Park has seen a recovery like never before”
Basilio Reinike, Head of Excursions at Tierra Patagonia, speaks with us about the different activities that can be done in this incredible part of Chile and some of the positive consequences that this forced pause has had in nature, due to the restrictions in the national park.
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.
9 Reasons to postpone – not cancel – your vacation
In an era of uncertainty across the globe, it’s not surprising for this dilemma circling in your mind. At Tierra Hotels we want to help you to make a wise and informed decision so that instead of not traveling at all, you can plan your vacation for a later date and at the same time aid in the development of responsible tourism.
Tierra Hotels among the Top 25 in South America
The prestigious travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler announced the winners of the 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards, with Tierra Patagonia ranked as the #5 Best Resort in South America and all three Tierra Hotels placing within the Top 25 Resorts in the region.
Unforgettable Adventures in Patagonia
The Torres del Paine are the iconic highlight of this amazing destination at the extreme south of the world. But they’re not the only place of interest to explore and enjoy. Kineret Muñoz, Excursions Coordinator at Tierra Patagonia invites us to dream and discover more of the wonders of this remote and beautiful place in southern Chile.
Regenerate with the energy of the desert
The nature of San Pedro de Atacama and its surrounds leave an indelible impression for its incredible beauty and history. It also offers visitors the ideal setting for deep rest and adventure. Claudia Labbé, Guest Relations Manager at Tierra Atacama, invites us to discover this extraordinary and lovely place in the north of Chile.
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.
If you enjoy stargazing, you definitely must visit San Pedro de Atacama. The sky in this remote area of northern Chile is considered by scientists from around the world to be the perfect site for installing modern telescopes which allow them to study the universe as never before. In their studies they have found, among other things, one element that the ancient Atacameñan people understood very well.