Daily Archives: 05/04/2018

Casa Natura Galapagos Lodge offers new destination in Galapagos


In an effort to provide more travel options in the Galapagos for its guests, Casa Natura Galapagos Lodge expands to include San Cristobal island in its Island Hopping packages. Visiting 2 of the most amazing islands in the Galapagos (Santa Cruz and San Cristobal) on the same trip is now possible.

San Cristobal is located in the east side of the archipelago. It is one of the oldest islands in Galapagos. It is the province’s capital and its political center. It’s most populated centers are the main town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno and the parish El Progreso. It has several touristic places that possess great deal of beauty. Its fauna is characterized by the great number of sea lions that are present in the urban area.

Get ready to enjoy incredible places like Kicker rock, Tijeretas, Playa Mann and many others, in our Island Hopping programs that include accommodation, transfers, activities, guidance by naturalist guides and meals specified on the itineraries.

If you are looking for Galapagos hotels and Galapagos tours that include San Cristobal Island, planning your trip with Casa Natura Galápagos Lodge is definitely the best option to discover all the wonders of the Galapagos! Write us at ecolodge@casanaturahotel.com and we will be happy to help you plan your next adventure in the Galapagos Islands.

Campaign is announced to eliminate plastic from the Galapagos Islands


Casa Natura Galápagos Lodge is excited to share the news that on April 25th, the Government of Ecuador announced a campaign to make the Galapagos islands a plastic-free archipelago. This will be achieved with the progressive restriction of containers made of this material.

The news announced by Lorena Tapia, which is president of the Governing Council of the Special Regime of Galapagos. At a press conference, she said that the campaign is based on environmental and public health reasons, and that it will be based on current regulations that has not been applied rigorously.

The local and progressive restriction of the use of straws, bags, flexible foam and plastic bottles are part of the rules of the campaign, Tapia said, specifying that controls will be applied, especially in the commercial centers of the populated areas of the Galapagos.

The campaign will also be supported by private companies in the tourism sector such as Galapagos hotels, restaurants, tour operators and businesses by promoting the replacement of plastic bottles for glass containers.

Casa Natura Galápagos Lodge, as a Galapagos hotel committed to the environmental conservation of the islands, will be actively involved in this project, encouraging its guests to reduce the use of plastics, in order to contribute to the care and preservation of this World Heritage Site.