Hotels in Santa Cruz


Galapagos Safari Camp

Set in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island's "transition zone", close to the tortoise reserve, the 55-hectare farm is on a ridge with magnificent views over the Pacific Ocean. 

Nine luxury tents located below the main lodge are erected on wooden platforms. They are spacious, and their custom-made furniture was designed with comfort, practicality and elegance in mind. Twin beds can be joined to become one queen bed; and there are cupboards, a writing desk and a fan/heater for temperature control. A sofa bed can be added for children under 12. The en suite bathrooms are tastefully designed with hot power showers and flush toilets. All the tents have a large balcony with a hammock and chairs from which to take in the wonderful view.


Royal Palm Hotel

The Royal Palm is a unique secluded hide-a-way nestled in the lush highlands of Santa Cruz Island in the heart of the Galapagos. Designed and crafted to complement our natural environment, the Royal Palm offers a spacious and exclusive paradise.

The hotel and its landscaped gardens, fountain, pool and outdoor Jacuzzis are surrounded by the natural beauty of the hotel’s 150 hectare private estate adjoining the Galapagos National Park. The largest accessible lava tunnel on the Island is also found here.


Finch Bay Eco Hotel

At certain times of the year, our guests will stay at Finch Bay Eco Hotel. Located just steps from the beach, across the bay from Puerto Ayora. 

Ecologically-orientated Finch Bay has 6 Ocean View Suites and 21 Garden View Rooms. Each room is air-conditioned with private bath and hot water, hair dryers, biodegradable soap, shampoo dispensers, wooden blinds, a black-out curtain, tiled floors, and a telephone.

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