Hostels In Galapagos Islands

9 Hostels in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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Hostal Vista al Mar
Hostel- 87.39km from city centre
Discover our Hostal Vista al Mar, your gateway to the extraordinary beauty of the Galapagos Islands. Experience comfort and adventure in one, as you explore the unique landscapes and incredible wildli
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Galapagos Best Hostel
Hostel- 87.99km from city centre
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Hostal Gardner
Hostel- 87.59km from city centre
Hostal Gardner, nestled in the vibrant heart of Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, offers a cozy and convenient retreat for visitors eager to explore the natural marvels of the Galapagos Islands.
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Galapagos Dreams
Hotel- 87.72km from city centre
Make your stay extra special with one of our tour packages. We are sure that Galapagos Dream has tour packages that meet your needs.
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Hostal Galapagos by Bar de Beto
Hotel- 20.54km from city centre
We are a family owned hostel located in the center of Puerto Villamil in Isabela Island. Located 50 mete
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Hostal Gosen
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Bed and Breakfast- 165.72km from city centre
It offers spacious, comfortable and familiar environment for all types of visitor, WIFI service, private bathroom and hot water, optional breakfast.
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Lonesome George Ecolodge
Bed and Breakfast- 87.64km from city centre
This eco-friendly Lonesome George Ecolodge is a rustic-style hostel, located in Puerto Ayora, a 15-minute
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Hostal Loja
Bed and Breakfast- 20.58km from city centre
Isabela is an island full of flora and fauna beauties, volcanic landscapes, crystal waters and fine white sand beaches. Is in this magical place that we will encounter to make your vacations an unforgettable experience, by becoming part of nature. Please...
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Hostal Costa del Pacifico
Bed and Breakfast- 87.58km from city centre
The property is located near several tourist attractions, such as Punta Estrada, German Beach, folk entertainment, galleries and restaurants.
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About Galapagos Islands

Set just off the coast of Ecuador, in the turquoise Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos comprise 19 main islands and many more islets. They were made famous by the naturalist Charles Darwin, and now over 200,000 people visit the Galápagos Islands each year to see giant tortoises, Sally Lightfoot crabs and blue-footed boobies. There's plenty more to this place than just wildlife, though – think strolling through sleepy tropical villages lined with palm trees, exploring ancient lava tunnels and kayaking across crystal clear waters. 

In keeping with the nature theme, you can stay in Galapagos hostels with outdoor common areas filled with flourishing native trees, flowers and plants. Some hostels in Galapagos are run by the local descendants of the first colonists to Santa Cruz (the most developed island in the Galápagos), who are passionate about sharing their culture and history. One Galapagos hostel prides itself on being environmentally responsible by conserving water and electricity, while others have rooms with kitchenettes and en-suite bathrooms for maximum privacy. 

Some of the better-known islands in the Galápagos include Santa Cruz, Isabela and San Cristóbal. The town of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz is a popular spot, thanks to its location moments from the beach and the Charles Darwin Research Station. San Cristóbal's Puerto Baquerizo Moreno is home to its namesake airport, as well as the Mirador Cerro Tijeretas observation deck. In contrast, the island of Isabela is more laid-back – perfect for those seeking some peace and quiet.

Hopping between the Galápagos Islands, visitors will see everything from the idyllic white beaches of San Cristóbal to the lunar landscapes of Bartolomé. You can snorkel with sea turtles and sea lions at Santa Cruz’s La Lobería beach, or watch the comical blue-footed boobies' mating dance on North Seymour Island. The Charles Darwin Research Station in Puerto Ayora protects giant tortoises by raising their young in captivity before releasing them into the wild. 

It's best to get around the towns in Galápagos on foot or by bicycle. Public ferries run between Santa Cruz (Puerto Ayora) and Isabela (Puerto Villamil), and between Santa Cruz (Puerto Ayora) and San Cristóbal (Puerto Baquerizo Moreno). There are no direct international flights to the Galápagos, so visitors need to go via Guayaquil’s José Joaquín de Olmedo Airport or Quito’s Mariscal Sucre Airport on mainland Ecuador. Flights from these cities take about 2.5 hours, arriving at the airports on Baltra and San Cristóbal. 


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