The Galapagos Safari Camp Family Suite

Perfect for a Galapagos Family Vacation

Following our recent blog post where we discussed the latest Galapagos Islands news with expert Santiago Martinez,  we were in contact with our friends at Galapagos Safari Camp regarding another exciting peice of Galapagos news: their brand new family-oriented suite.  In addition to nine luxury tents, the safari camp now features a three-bedroom suite that comfortably sleeps six. This is ideal for families looking for a space of their own or for those with young children who would prefer not to be separated between multiple tents.

Owners Michael and Stephanie Bonham-Carter once called the Family Suite their own and were inspired to offer this luxury suite to guests to give them the same unique experience that they valued so much. Having also raised their children in the Galapagos, they see the importance of providing families – especially ones with younger children – with a memorable, safe, and special accommodation for their Galapagos Family Vacation.  This unique perspective is what separates their suite and family safari from other offerings throughout the Islands.

The suite features a master bedroom with a king-size bed and two additional rooms with twin beds, each connected but with their own bathroom.  The rooms can also all be accessed via private entrances on the large wraparound deck that overlooks the lush property.  Children are sure to enjoy the downstairs playroom stocked with tons of toys, books, and games as well.

In addition to the family-oriented lodging, Galapagos Safari Camp has also recently developed a six-day safari geared towards families, again ideal for those with small children.  The program is operated mostly privately and designed to provide a broad overview experience in the Galapagos that avoids repetition and long travel time to keep the experience engaging and educational for both the children and their parents.  Please contact us for a more detailed explanation of these safaris.

We highly suggest this suite for families with small children or those that prefer a more private and cohesive experience on their luxury Galapagos tour!

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