The family-owned Galapagos Safari Lodge is tucked into a 123-acre farm on Santa Cruz Island and features nine upscale tents, plus one family lodge. Perched on the rim of an extinct volcano and at the edge of Galapagos National Park, the lodge is immersed in the area’s raw beauty. Yet, the safari camp maintains an air of relaxed luxury thanks to modern facilities and upscale offerings.
Life At Galapagos Safari Camp
Galapagos Safari Camp hotel is luxury camping at its finest. After waking in a plush bed to the sounds of bird calls, sip Ecuadorian coffee on your private balcony or relax in your hammock. But that is only the beginning of what awaits you. This is a place where some of the most interesting creatures on the planet still thrive, so you may be privileged to see a giant tortoise creep across the lodge or a mockingbird flit nearby.
Families are well catered for – the Family Suite sleeps six – and young travelers will adore family-friendly activities such as crafts and story times. Go for a swim in the infinity pool or just float while savoring the views. Then, make your way to the main lodge to warm up by the fireplace. With a book from the small library, it is a peaceful spot to spend to evening. As the day begins to wane, pick up a sundowner from the bar and take the short walk to the lodge’s viewpoint, where you can watch the sunset and toast to another day in paradise.
Excursions From The Galapagos Safari Camp Hotel
The family behind Galapagos Safari Camp knows that authentic experiences are not one-size-fits-all. Faithful to the lodge’s vision of personalized hospitality, Galapagos Safari Camp creates tailor-made itineraries suited to your interests and schedule. Three pre-designed safaris can serve as a jumping-off point for your unique stay.
The Classic Safari is an introduction to the Galapagos and features a drive to the eastern side of the island to black lava beaches and a lagoon of flamingoes. The Family Safari aims to engage parents and children in activities such as visiting local fishers and meeting tortoises while also providing ample downtime.
Scuba diving in the Galapagos is a dream of many dive enthusiasts, and the lodge offers custom dive safaris with two dives each day. Blow bubbles at Gordon Rocks in hopes of seeing Galapagos sharks and white-tip reef sharks, or go below at North Seymour Island for a chance to see green turtles and spotted rays,
Unique Culinary Journeys At The Galapagos Safari Camp
When it’s time for a bite to eat, select a seat at the long indoor dining table or on the veranda to watch how the light changes as the sun dips. A nightly four-course tasting menu features farm-to-table ingredients, Ecuadorian cuisine, and international delicacies. Dishes such as roasted pork leg, marinated in beer and lemon, and accompanied by passion fruit sauce will delight and surprise.
As you nibble, enjoy a glass of South American wine from a well-curated list. For an even fresher take on dinner, customize your stay to include a fishing experience. The camp’s chef will prepare your catch to your liking, be it fried, steamed in leaves, or as sashimi. The team at Galapagos Safari Camp can also set up a private picnic in fascinating locations, such as the wilds of the Highlands or inside the tubes of a lava tunnel.
All the details (and heavy lifting) are taken care of, simply make your way to the site and enjoy. Chocolate lovers will also enjoy a unique tasting experience featuring the first Galapagos chocolate, created from Cacao beans grown right at the Galapagos Safari Camp.
From its location amid the highlands’ lush vegetation, Galapagos Safari Camp is an ideal springboard for a land-based tour of Santa Cruz Island. Charles Darwin made the Galapagos archipelago famous almost two centuries ago, and today you can experience it for yourself.
Suites & Cabins
Guests can be assured of comfort and shelter in these spacious and stylish tents. The tents come with a private balcony for guests to relax on the hammock and several electrical outlets to accommodate various devices. The private bathrooms have hot showers and other amenities.
The Family Suite features a master bedroom and two twin rooms which make it ideal for traveling families. All the rooms come with private bathrooms for maximum comfort. The room is designed beautifully with wooden furniture and floorboard to blend well the Galapagos environment.
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