Are you looking for the best places to stay on Chiloe Island, Chile?
We’ve spent some time pulling together this list of best hotels, hostels, Airbnbs and even free camping spots on this Chilean island.
Now the only thing you have to worry about is finding the right one for your travel style and budget.
Chiloe Island offers those who step off the well trodden tourist route something quite unique. Unlike any other part of Chile, or even Patagonia, the Chilote landscape enchants.
Rolling hills, neat fields of potatoes and corn and occasional horizontal rain liken it to the Isle of Anglesey, in Wales more than the foothills of the Andes!
You can find most tourist accommodation in and around Castro and Ancud. Or you can follow our lead and park your camper van in some of the island’s perfect beaches and look out points.
With so much choice for such a small island, we’ve compiled a list of our personal recommendations for the best hotels, hostels and camping spots in Chiloe Island.
This upscale hotel will allow you to enjoy Chiloe Island complete with a highly rated spa.
With free parking, it’s ideal for overlanders wanting to treat themselves a little.
This hostel in Castro is highly popular so if planning on visiting Chiloe Island in the summer months, at least phone ahead if not booking.
For less than $25 per night for a double room including breakfast, how can you go wrong?
A Palafito is the typical dwelling of the Island of Chiloe, declared as historical monument, constructed in native wood on piles in the water, on the banks of the Gamboa river.
Live the experience in this dream place - sleeps 4!
Set 30 km from Church of Rilan, Cabañas Posada Alemana in Castro sleeps upto 6 people.
With a children’s playground, barbecue and hot tub in the garden, it’s a perfect base for a family or group of friends.
Find unique camping spots around Chiloe Island by following in the footsteps of other like minded overlanders.
The iOverlander app is a must of any road trip too.
We used iOverlander suggestions for all 6 nights on Chiloe Island and never paid for accommodation once.
So now for the fun part. Get out there and experience Chiloe Island for yourself.
Explore the Chiloe archipelago by island hopping, dine on fabulous fresh seafood, hike in the dense forest of Chiloe National Park and photograph the colourful stilted houses in Castro.
Then crash out in the comfort of your camper van or hotel room with a weekend full of memories.
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