Grand Hotel Lobo de Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Indoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Lobo de Mar Puerto Ayora
The hotel is very centrally located which was amazing. Fantastic beach views from the balconies and even the beds!
Wifi in the lobby
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Lobo de Mar Puerto Ayora
Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... All of the islands mostly have a diet of fish veg salad and rice. It's always fresh and really tasty. It was lovely walking home in pitch dark we wondered with our torches but the full moon provided more than enough light for us to find our way home. An amazing nights sleep was had by all, the sea air and the sound of the waves and oh possibly the few beers contributed! An early start to go to the other side of the island to see the Giant tortoises some ...
... closed at least within 20 meters of this beautiful animal, it did a few rolling breaches before it disappeared into the deep blue. Such incredible creatures and so majestic to watch. Then off for some snorkelling. Tipped over the edge of the dingy and into the deep blue, we snorkelled for about an hour, enjoying countless varieties of fish, manta rays and of course the odd sea lion, at one point I'd turned and within arms length was my new friend following me. She was ...
... air. It was slightly surreal at this point. The ride from the airport to Puerto Ayora is about 45-60mins including the shuttle and the ferry, not a bad trip for $21 in total. We arrived to our hotel safe and sound and decided to head out for a walk. Galápagos hasn't disappointed and we've only been here an afternoon. We headed through town to find the Charles Darwin Centre, it's past the town on the edge and ...
... all of 5 mins and cost 80c each.
We stepped off the boat onto the other side of the harbour. This area would be easily accessible by foot from the main part of town but there really are minimal roads or tracks around the place on the galapagos islands which I suppose is a good thing for the sake of the wildlife. There were some other hotels here which we walked past before finding a subtle track which weaved down past the beach. We talked to a strange but very talkative fellow ...
... of really cheap flights by LAN but they were for Ecuadorians only. If you were not Ecuadorian then you will have to pay the difference at check in or miss your flight. We were pretty worried that this might happen so we decided to contact LAN via facebook (which seems to be their preferred method of contact) they replied and said they would give us a call. They called my mobile while we were in Mancora and said that indeed these were flights for Ecuadorian residents ...