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Out of all the places in the Galapagos that we went we found that this hostel and its owners were the most honest people we met. Quiet, clean, comfortable, hot showers. Daily trustworthy room cleaning. An area to lounge on the shared balcony. No fuss...More
My group booked this hostel for a night on Santa Cruz and paid for it ahead of time. However, when we arrived, they told us that they didn't have our reservation, despite our constant previous communication and our confirmation papers we presented.
The owner was...More
a great place to stay, to catch some sleep after being out all day knowing the island and enjoying the nature, great beds, nice breakfast, all the water you want and is not that far from downtown and is safe to walk there
Puerto Ayora was my first stop in Galapagos and it had the hostel with the best accommodations. This hostel is clean, in great shape but a bit far from the pier. It would be a 15 minute walk to go downtown but PA is so...More
This hostel doesn't have much of a social, hostel, vibe if that's what you are looking for. Though we did rent a private room so maybe it's more social in the dorm.
Main issue is that it is a mile from the main area of...More
US$38 - US$63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from oconnelldaniel81 | Reviewed this property |
In order to do a day trip, to an uninhabited island you need to book a tour with a registered tour company.
To go to the other inhabited islands, you just need to buy a ferry ticket for $25.
Day tours can run upwards of $100
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"from the ones upstairs you can see the sunset sky and the town"