The Galapagos Safari Camp is a 550,000 square meter farm in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island, bordering the national park. The farm is rich in birdlife including finches, warblers, mockingbirds, Galapagos doves, egrets and owls. 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.
The camp has nine luxury safari tents perched on a hill, providing comfort and privacy in the wilderness. All tents have a balcony with views of the park and the ocean. Tents are spacious (approximately 12 square meters), attractively decorated, and each has a private bathroom and a hot shower. 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 palate in the panoramic dining room or enjoy the tranquility of the infinity pool with fabulous ocean scenery. In addition there is a three-bedroom suite as an alternative to the luxury tents. Located next to the main lodge makes an ideal option for families who favor more private and cohesive lodging. The family suite, which sleeps six, features a master bedroom and two twin rooms, all with en suite bathrooms and a large sweeping veranda.
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