Press Releases

Below is a selection of the press coverage Galapagos Safari Camp has received.


 

Elle Magazine

Chic Shack Awards 2016...

 

Milk

This is the stoty of a man and a woman’s dream coming true, one of those stories that we only read about in children’s books. Armed with willpower and endless enrgy...

 

Geographical

The luxurious Galapagos Safari Camp (GSC), which is based in the highlands of Santa Cruz, is a case in point. It sources nearly all of its food locally...

 

AFAR - Camp in Comfort

Situated near a tortoise reserve that borders Galápagos National Park, tents include a pair of twin beds, writing desks, and private balconies with island-view...

 

Outside GO | Adventure Travel

Ned Henry Interview. The Galápagos Islands are one of those once-in-a-lifetime, bucket list destinations that has always been in the back of my mind...

 

Financial Times - How to spend it

High up in the hills of Santa Cruz, the camp has something rather magical about it...

 

AFAR - Hotels with onsite gardens

Galápagos Safari Camp grows everything from bananas to yuccas...

 

Grazia Magazine

Camp under the stars in EcuadorFor authentic stargazing you’ve got to sleep under a canopy – but that doesn’t mean you have to rough it...

 

The Times

This camp makes a good add-on if you want more time in the archipelago after a cruise. There are eight tents, all with a balcony and views of the national park...

 

Latte

Galapagos Safari Camp, a luxury eco camp situated near the almost pristine Galapagos Islands, offers comfortable and spacious luxury tents and lodges in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island...

 

Foodtripper Galapagos Islands

These Days Tortoise Is Off The Menu...

 

Hero and Leander Magazine

The World’s Best Pools...

 

On the Radar

After an action-packed Galapagos cruise...

 

Huffington Post

Ecuador Travel Tips...

 

Boat International

In 2007, the Mesdags opened the first seriously chic land-based hotel in the islands. Recalling a stylish African tented lodge, it features nine outsized khaki tents...

 

The Telegraph

Lonesome George, the giant Pinta Island tortoise – and wildlife royalty himself – has been footloose and fancy-free in the Galapagos Islands for the past 90 years...