The Galapagos Islands, located in Ecuador, are known for their natural beauty and unique biodiversity in the world. This archipelago, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to a wide variety of endemic species that are found nowhere else on the planet. It’s a dream destination for nature and wildlife enthusiasts!
If you’re planning a visit to Galapagos, you can’t miss the opportunity to stay at our Galapagos Central Hotel. Our hotel, located in a central location and close to unique tourist spots, offers unforgettable experiences to make your trip even more special. Here’s a small itinerary of activities for you to enjoy the best experiences at our hotel:
Arrival in Galapagos and check-in at our Galapagos Central Hotel. Relax and enjoy our first-class facilities and services.
Snorkeling or diving excursion to discover the amazing marine life of Galapagos. Our hotel can arrange aquatic tours for you to explore the coral reefs and swim with sea turtles, sharks, and a variety of tropical fish.
Explore the natural beauty of Galapagos with a hiking tour. Our hotel can arrange excursions to nearby islands, where you can walk along natural trails and marvel at the unique flora and fauna of the region.
Enjoy a day of relaxation on the pristine beaches of Galapagos. Our hotel is close to several white sandy beaches with crystal-clear waters where you can rest, sunbathe, and enjoy the natural surroundings.
Immerse yourself in the history of Galapagos with a cultural tour. Visit archaeological sites and learn about the history and culture of the islands. Our hotel can arrange guided tours for you to discover the rich historical heritage of this region.
Embark on a sea adventure with a sailing tour. You can explore the nearby islands on a boat and have the opportunity to spot whales, dolphins, and other marine species. Our hotel can help you organize an exciting marine experience.
Enjoy delicious local cuisine at our restaurants. Our hotel offers unique gastronomic options that allow you to savor the authentic flavors of Galapagos.