Embark on an unforgettable adventure by land and sea to Quinchao Island – known for its vibrant culture, traditional shingled buildings and the oldest UNESCO World Heritage listed church.

Set out from the hotel by land and board the ferry to Quinchao, the second-largest island in the archipelago. Upon arrival, journey to Achao, a city celebrated for its ancient structures adorned with wooden tiles in an array of shapes and colours. Among these architectural gems lies UNESCO’s oldest World Heritage listed church, adding historical resonance to the city’s charming ambiance.

Quinchao Island Left
Quinchao Island Right

The journey continues into the local farming community with a visit to Apiloca de Quinchao, a proudly family-operated honey business, to learn more about how the honey is produced and observe the bees at work, then to a local organic farm to witness Chilote farmers cultivating native potatoes, giant garlic, and a medley of fruits and vegetables.

Finally, climb aboard Tierra Chiloé’s wooden yacht the ‘Williche’ for a scenic return journey to the hotel. Share the day’s discoveries while enjoying drinks and a freshly prepared lunch en route – a culinary epilogue to the day’s outing.