Tropic Ecuador is known for creating unforgettable tourism experiences that satisfy the dreams and demands of sophisticated travelers. To that end, we are extremely pleased to introduce you to our newest ecolodge – Magic Galapagos. Located in the quiet and cool highlands of Santa Cruz Island, this very special safari-style camp is available exclusively to Tropic Ecuador clients. With just six raised, walk-in, ensuite safari tents and four treehouses, guests feel that they have their own private hideaway. The only crowds they will see are the millions of stars in the night sky, the only noises they hear will be the gentle breezes and the measured passage of giant tortoises.
Magic Galapagos is situated amidst a giant tortoise sanctuary, allowing travelers to experience some of the Islands’ the most iconic wildlife right outside of their tents. Our exclusive retreat is only 30 minutes’ drive from the bustle of Puerto Ayora, Galapagos Islands’ largest settlement, and all of the famous water attractions are easily accessible. While at Magic Galapagos, guests can walk the peaceful grounds, observe resident wildlife, explore the onsite lava tubes, find a cozy spot to read, or simply enjoy the gorgeous views.
Tent sites were chosen to ensure the most expansive views of the highlands and the turquoise waters, as well as to capture the cooling breeze. Common areas are thoughtfully appointed with cozy nooks, comfortable furniture, and a roaring fire for cool evenings. Sumptuous three-course gourmet meals are served under twilit skies in the main dining area after active Galapagos days, and guests can finish the evening with a candlelit nightcap in one of the property’s lava tubes or on our stargazing meadow deck.
Magic is a place where your guests will be able to relax and unwind – where they can walk the beautiful mountainside, gaze up at the sparkling heavens and to admire nature. It’s a one-of-a-kind lodge for an unforgettable experience!
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