The Galapagos Safari Camp on Santa Cruz is a perfect way to supplement a Galapagos cruise with a few days before or after on land; or those looking for a more private way to explore the Galapagos.
Bordering the national park tortoise reserve on a remote area in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Safari Camp consists of one main lodge building with floor to ceiling views of the coastline.
The nine canvas luxury tents are spread across the property reached via meandering lava rock paths, they have rich hardwood floors and include private balcony with a hammock. Service is extremely attentive.
The farm has an abundance of birdlife with finches, warblers, mockingbirds, Galapagos doves, egrets and owls—tortoises also frequently potter between the tents. The camp makes for an easy base to visit the Charles Darwin research station.