Our Camp was built on a dream. When we first arrived at the site - and before we started anything - we were captivated by the incredible views, our immediate intimacy with nature, the unspoiled and raw beauty of what our senses were experiencing. It was intoxicating and overwhelming in its uniqueness, a Galapagos experience that defied description.
We bought the land and started living there. It became a way of life that connected us to incredible Galapagos experiences and defined our philosophy. We had always been part of a travelling culture, and most of those adventures to exotic destinations where defined by the people who welcomed us with a smile and a commitment to service. By simple but comfortable surroundings, farm to table cuisine and an incredible attention to detail. We decided to become one of those Galapagos experiences that makes travel an adventure.
This family owned operation is a leader in both environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
Recognizing the fragility of the Galapagos ecosystem they are pioneering a reforestation program to eradicate invasive species.
They are one of the only Galapagos hotels self-sufficient with rainwater collection.
Not only do they provide employment for local residents they also grant scholarships for local "future leaders" to study on mainland Ecuador.