Most guests travel to Tierra Chiloé on a flight from Santiago to the Mocopulli airport in Castro, followed by a 30-minute overland transfer. Transfers are complimentary, and can also be arranged for guests flying into the Puerto Montt airport in the Chilean Lake District. During your stay, the lodge provides transportation throughout the island.
Tierra Chiloé is situated in a remote location, 20 minutes from the nearest ATM and 30 minutes from a first aid clinic. A hospital is located three hours away in Puerto Montt. Mobile phone coverage on the property is limited, and guests are invited to use the lodge landline for an additional charge. The property is wheelchair accessible.
Chiloé Island has a temperate and rainy maritime climate. The lodge is open from the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere until the end of autumn, and is closed during the island’s coldest and wettest months (May through August). The lowest rainfall occurs during the spring and summer seasons.
Temperatures typically range as follows:
December to March (Summer): 12°C/54°F to 22°C/72°F
March to June (Fall): 5°C/41°F to 12°C/54°F
June to September (Winter): The lodge is closed from May through August
September to December (Spring): 10°C/50°F to 17°C/63°F
Recommended dress at the lodge is smart casual for dinner and casual at all other times. Guests are encouraged to pack layers, as temperatures and conditions can fluctuate quickly.
The lodge welcomes children of all ages and offers accommodations to suit a range of family needs, including family rooms, as well as extra beds or cribs that can be added to superior rooms and suites. Children age 3 and younger stay complimentary when sharing a room with at least one adult. There is a television room, but no special nursery or daycare facilities. Many excursions can be tailored especially for kids, and babysitters can be arranged when requested in advance.
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