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OCIO Territorial invites you to discover the authentic Chiloé, with an excellent location to explore all corners of the archipelago and privileged views of the Castro fjord. Our excursions are intended to allow guests to explore and learn about the different faces of the Chiloé‘s archipelago. Cultural walks, national parks, sailing to small islands, kayak and bicycle rides, quiet walks through the Castro fjord and sea tours to see the picturesque palafitos up close.

Unique folklore and culinary traditions. Visiting Chiloé is like entering a magical world blessed in nature and culture. From the moment you first

set foot on this extraordinary island, its singular identity will take you by surprise.

Explore this mythical island with its colorful wooden churches, 16 of which have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Try the traditional curanto, a dish of mixed seafood and other typical ingredients cooked over hot stones in the ground, and is cover the hundreds of colorful potato varieties for which Chiloé is famous.




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Ocio Territorial Hotel is located 20 km from the city of Castro, on

the Peninsula of Rilán. This project started in 2007 with the restoration of an old house in a rural environment and impregnated with the historical tradition of Chiloé.

Since 2012, OCIO Territorial receives travelers in comfortable rooms with

privileged views of the Fjord of Castro, allowing to experience Chiloé author’s cuisine and unique excursions to explore and discover this amazing archipelago.


OCIO Territorial Hotel is built entirely of native woods from southern Chile, designed for rest and relaxation, for a leisure time to be alone in the midst of nature, watching from above the Castro fjord and its city.


Chiloé’s most emblematic dish is curanto, a medley of seafood, meat and potatoes baked underground on hot stones. 


In the middle of the forest you will find a peaceful space, where relaxation will be the main focus. Multiple treatments available. 


Connecting the city of Castro and the Rilan Peninsula, Castro Fjord invites you to be taken away by the colorful “palafitos” (houses built on stilts) along its promenade, a classical Chilote postcard.

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Discover its quaint palafitos – colorful houses built on stilts above the water – and enjoy the wit and warmth of the Chilote people whose traditions give this unique archipelago its inimitable character. 

Nature lovers will delight in the island’s striking landscapes. Take one of the many trekking routes or hop in a kayak to explore awe-inspiring sea channels. The Chiloé and Tantauco National Parks will captivate you with their intense evergreen vegetation.

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A unique place, integrated with the nature of its surroundings. Large open spaces to connect with animals, birds, plants, shrubs, trees and the sea. Where the attention is of excellence and almost family, including the owner in the care

Excellent hotel !!! It is a wonderful hotel, totally built in native woods, very warm gone and cozy. The restaurant is also very good, with exquisite dishes based on local products and very good service. The environment of the hotel is also very beautiful, has several walking trails and a hot tub in the middle of the forest ideal for relaxing. We hope to return.

We held a reception with family and friends. Everything was wonderful, great service, delicious food and the view towards Castro is incredible. The rooms are cozy with a great postcard of the city.

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