Colchagua Camp

Location: Santiago & Central Chile | Chile

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Immersed in the midst of a bucolic lemon tree orchard, Colchagua Camp puts a luxury spin on camping. Comprised of a collection of domed tents peppering the slopes of the Colchagua Valley, this secluded glamping spot is the perfect base for exploring the vineyards and rustic countryside of central Chile.
Perfect forWinos, birdwatchers and walkers looking for an outdoorsy Chilean experience without compromising on luxury.
In the knowWhy not plan your trip to coincide with the selection of festivals going on in the region? These include the Vendimia de Santa Cruz Wine Festival (March), the Colchagua Jazz Festival (November), and the Santa Cruz Arts & Crafts Market (November).

Recommended for...

  • Eco-tourism
  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Situated in the Colchagua Valley on the slops of a hill overlooking 25 hectres of a lemon tree orchard, Colchagua Camp is  surrounded by beautiful gardens that have slowly and lovingly evolved over the years. Surrounded by natural beauty your eyes will never tire of the stunning vistas.

Rooms at Colchagua Camp

The camp houses a collection of two-person domes, each with a private bathroom, solar shower with hydromassage, a terrace overlooking the Valley, and a private hot tub which is kept heated 24/7. With 20 metres between each dome there is plenty of privacy and tranquility, the latter of which is the principal aim of the camp.

Food & Drink

Dining takes place at The Quincho restaurant, which indulges guests in local wines and traditional Chilean dishes; you can also expect summer barbecues and extravagant breakfasts here. 

Facilities

As well as each Dome having it's own private hot tub, the camp has a private pool nestled in the gardens of native flora and fauna.

Activities at Colchagua Camp

Set off from the camp on a number of tours to explore the countryside. Go wine tasting, hiking, cycling, or birdwatching, taking a picnic with you to savour in the valley. You can also visit local food producers to sample cheeses, olive oil and manjar from the region, or go for a late night astronomy tour to appreciate the spectacular starry skies.

Best time to go

Best time to travel

Good time to travel (but some limitations)

Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

Travel is not recommended

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Hotel location

Colchagua Camp is approximately 2.5 hours from Santiago international airport.

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