LOCATION AND SURROUNDINGS
The camp is located in a unique natural environment in the midst of a beautiful lemon tree orchard. It has 25 hectares of native flora and fauna which all guests can discover and enjoy every day. We also have a nice pool, beautiful gardens and rustic footpaths that connect each dome with the quincho restaurant, protecting our natural environment.
Our domes, built with first-rate technology, are made with high resistance PVC-Polyester fabric, of French origin, with thermally sealed seams that are 100% waterproof guaranteed, along with modern insulating materials that protect against the cold in winter and the heat in summer.
Each of our domes is fully equipped for 2 people, with private bathroom, solar shower with hydromassage, frigobar, heating, box spring, a pleasant terrace with a view of the valley, and a hot tub for the exclusive use of dome guests.
At Colchagua Camp there are many outdoor activities to choose from, such as trekking, biking, horseback riding, wine tastings, picnics and bird watching. We can also offer you the well-known activities of Colchagua Valley, including vineyard and astronomy tours, tastings and visits to museums, handicraft stores and local products manufacturers (cheese factories, manjar, olive oil, etc.).
This is the first "GLAMPING" site in Colchagua Valley, a five star camp emphasizing contact with nature and its rustic appeal without sacrificing comfort and glamour. The camp is located in a unique natural environment, surrounded by native flora, in the midst of a beautiful lemon tree orchard and it has an unmatched view of the Colchagua Valley.
HOW TO GET THERE
Leave Santiago heading south on the RUTA 5 SUR highway. Once you have passed the town of Pelequén (approximately 130 kilometers south of Santiago) you will have entered the Colchagua Valley. To head west in the Colchagua Valley toward the camp, the
best option is to drive into the city of San Fernando via the North entrance (marked) and continue straight ahead. This road will change its name into Avenida O'Higgins and then RUTA I 50 or the "Carretera del Vino", which leads you in the direction of Santa Cruz and Pichilemu.
After traveling 40 kilometers, you will see an exit for the town of Santa Cruz. Without exiting, continue straight and you will pass the town of Palmilla, Estampa Vineyard and the El Huique intersection. Soon after the intersection, you will come to the Lihueimo bridge and after 500 meters you will find an intersection to your left called El Arrayán (marked). Enter this dirt road and after 2 kilometers you will arrive at the Camp.
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