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 and rears its own meat. It also collects and filters rainwater, supplementing it with water collected f..
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 hammocks. The camp offers many wildlife tours, but you can see finches, owls, and giant tortoises wi..
If you’re looking for first-class accommodations on Santa Cruz, Galápagos Safari Camp offers nine luxury tents surrounded by nature, with all the comforts needed for a fabulous experience. At the camp’s central lodge, visitors can sample local ingredients in t..
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 they opened the first ever luxsury camp in the Galapagos islands...
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. At Galapagos Safari Camp, guests will have the chance to see some rare ..
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, proving that marriage is not the only option. Get a glimpse of him on a Galapagos safari based a..
"Es un verdadero sueño vivir en la isla de Santa Cruz en carpas de lujo con todas las comodidades que pueda imaginar. Las vistas son espectaculares y el chef prepara la langosta local y el atún de aleta amarilla como los dioses. Pero lo mejor de todo, son los ..
Experience remoteness at the tip of the Santa Cruz highlands where Galapagos Safari Camp is located. The nine luxury tents, surrounded by sheer wild land and unparalleled views are the choice lodgings for adventure and total pampering in the middle of nowhere...