The Galapagos has become an easier, more accessible destination. The Galapagos Archipelago is one of the last places on the planet relatively untouched by man. With 3 percent of the landmass inhabited, the islands support a remarkable ecosystem and have one of the planet's most important marine reserves.
Galapagos Safari Camp is a 55-hectare farm in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island bordering the national park, 30 minutes from the sea. The farm is rich in birdlife with finches, warblers, mockingbirds, galapagos doves, egrets and owls - tortoises also make frequent visits. The farm has many local species of trees, such as scalesia, guayabillo, and palo santo which are rapidly regaining a foothold after years of cattle farming.
Guests can gather by the fireplace in the main room to view the sunsets, taste the chef´s creative dishes that cater for the international pallet in the panoramic dining room or enjoy the tranquility of the infinity pool with fabulous ocean scenery.