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This hostel had nice clean rooms, nice hot showers, and a friendly staff. The owner gave us a map of the area on the first day where we could find grocery stores, laundromats, and places for dinner. She was also super helpful with her recommendations...More
Stayed at this hostel for 4 nights, and had a great time seeing the area. Easy to get a 2 dollar taxi down to the port (Parque Malecon), and enjoyed the provided kitchenette and TV. The rooms were nice and clean, and the owners were...More
Overall a very nice place to stay while in the Galapagos. While it is a good distance from the ocean , you can easily catch a taxi for a $1.50. The staff seemed friendly and was helpful. The rooms were clean and included a little...More
The hostel is close to lots of small markets and bakeries, and isn't directly in the city, so it isn't super touristy. Anna, the owner, is super friendly. The rooms had kitchenettes, working AC, hot showers, and were very clean.
The rooms have all the essentials and nice showers. The location is near many bakeries and small stores. The location is very quiet and close to the Charles Darwin research center. The owners were very nice and accommodating.
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