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Sustainable destination Isla Grande de Chiloe, Chile

An island of great beauty and a true heaven for wildlife: Welcome to Isla Grande de Chiloe!

The island is the largest island of the Chiloe archipelago in Pacific Ocean, located next to the coast of Chile. The island houses several wooden churches of which many are listed by UNSECO as cultural heritage sites. Isla Grande de Chiloe is a top 100 sustainable destination by Green Destinations.

Sustainable destination Isla Grande de Chiloe!

Green destination Isla Grande de Chiloe is the largest island of the Chiloe archipelago in Pacific Ocean, located next to the coast of Chile. This destination aims for a sustainable tourism development and has an active local community which participates in this decision making processes. The island promotes and supports craftsmen who produce local products, often sold as souvenirs! Isla Grande de Chiloe is known for its nature and cultural heritage and works actively in conserving and protecting both.

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most sustainable hotels

Palafito Azul Apart Hotel

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Hostel Submarino Amarillo

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La Casona De Odile

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Hostal Backpacker Chiloe Sur

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Palafito Waiwen

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Departamentos y Cabañas Emilia

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Departamentos Lugar de Descanso

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things to do

Palafitos A site never to be forgotten, make sure you visit the famous Palafitos; houses on stilts along the waterfronts and mud flats!
Feria Artesanal Take a look and maybe even buy some local products at the Sunday market! You can buy poncho’s, socks, sweaters and more. Here you can see true craftsmanship!
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