These Islands remain a paradise yet to be discovered by adventurous souls, and what better way to start or end your adventure in the Archipelago than the Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel. Expeditions throughout the wild territories will transport you back in time and understand why Charles Darwin was so inspired by these enchanted volcanic islands.
An oasis of peace in the middle of Santa Cruz, the Finch Bay Galapagos Hotel, is a proud member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World™. The new pool and bar area offer guests a memorable and relaxing time, isolated from the noise. The Finch Bay SPA has been thought to give guests the opportunity to relax and recharge from dawn to dusk after or before their incredible adventures in the Archipelago. The treatments available have been inspired by the Archipelago’s fascinating flora, fauna, geography and geology, while the two hut-tubs are immerse in nature itself.
Our enlightening yoga room, with ocean view is the perfect place for yogis who seek an environment of peace for meditation during an expedition travel.
Quito, known by locals as “the Light of America”, is Casa Gangotena Hotel Boutique´s home. Spring has begun and, with it, Casa Gangotena’s Restaurant brings delicious creations to celebrate Ecuador’s culinary heritage. Discover a world within the walls of this renovated colonial mansion, its traditions and its wonderful surroundings.
Located in the heart of Quito’s Historic Center, which was the first city in the world to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Casa Gangotena has been the first hotel to offers guests the opportunity to experience history and culture first-hand through its guest-exclusive activities, revolutionizing the hotel experience. Learn how to make Quiteño hot chocolate, or discover the fascinating world of Ecuadorian chocolate.
The perfect time to visit Quito as a local is coming up, don’t miss it! Prepare to enjoy the beauty, culture, peace and flavors of the city. Our house is your house. Casa Gangotena is the best place to start your next adventure.
The forest of dreams waits for you!
This magnificent location, proud to be one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World™, will never cease to amaze its guests. Located only three hours away from Quito, Mashpi Lodge is where a nature lover’s dreams come true. The Andean Chocó bio
region, known by local’s as Quito’s backyard, is the Lodge’s home. Expeditions are planned daily by our Expedition Leader, according to your interests or needs. Adventures here will allow you to discover the region’s marvelous flora and fauna, while having a
chance to meet and share time with locals who have become wonderful and profession al naturalistic guides. Get a glimpse of a never seen side of the Andean Chocó forest while riding on our unique Dragonfly, a cable car designed to show you the most
untamed spaces of the reserve. Discover hundreds of butterfly species in our Butterfly Garden and meet curious yet loving creatures who wander around. Seize the opportunity of learning about our Research Center firsthand with our resident biologists and become an ambassador for nature’s wellbeing.
Our breathtaking Samay SPA & Wellness Center offers guests the opportunity to truly connect with Nature’s essence. The yoga deck and hot tub are perfect to recharge energies after the wanderlust expeditions throughout this wild territory.
Plan your next adventure in the forest of dreams!
The Sea Lion Yacht makes the perfect compliment for anyone seeking an adventure of a lifetime, while staying inland. Join our certified bilingual Naturalist Guides on our daily tours in the nearby islands that are part of the Galapagos National Park aboard our private yacht.
The Sea Lion is the only daily tour yacht that is part of a National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World™. Be part of a wonderful experience in a group that will never exceed 20 passengers, with an impeccable and personalized service – an attentive crew, delicious buffet lunch, air conditioning in the interior and an ample deck that allows you to observe the imposing landscape.
Are you ready to plan your expedition to the Galapagos Islands?