Hotel Tortuga Bay
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Tortuga Bay
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tortuga Bay Puerto Ayora
Travel Blogs from Puerto Ayora
... Pedro. In reality, there were 12 of us that all got to know each other quite well, intermingly, swapping tables to eat meals with new people, etc., and four Americans - two couples - who tended to stay apart and socialized far less. They were not unpleasant, just didn't really share the experience with us the way the rest of us all did. The result was that it was easier for us to get to know everyone else.
Pedro was an amazing group leader. An ...
Once again up at 6:15, and Craig had such a more restful night that he was merely incoherent rather than comatose at breakfast. Even more important, Phyllis had such a restful night that she decided to join the morning activity, which was a wet landing at Bachas Beach. Fortunately when these guys say "wet" it seems to mean only a foot deep in water on a sandy beach. This beach is white sand and a prime place for black sea turtles to ...
Ok, again, I'm writing this and every Galapagos post from this point forward about 7 days after I lived the situation, so unfortunately, lots of details will inevitably be omitted. As I jog the memory I'll come back to update the posts when things come back to me. Here we go... So I woke up in my new digs to find out that someone had reserved my room and I hadn't told the señora that I wanted to stay, so I had to leave. Hernán, Vidala and I had plans to ...
We were at our anchorage off Cormorant Point on the north side of Floreana when the sun rose at 0630, as it does every day of the year, give or take a few minutes. It was to be yet another hot and sunny day for our visit to this island, which has more than a few intriguing tales. Floreana, also known as Charles and Santa Maria (most of the islands have two and some three names), was the home of the first known settler of the archipelago, an Irish sailor named Patrick Watkins who ...
... coast and found ourselves on a rocky cliff perhaps 25 or 30 metres above the crashing waves. This was the home of a host of seabirds, some of which nested on the cliffs. All used the updrafts to soar until they spotted some marine prey below. There were Great and Magnificent Frigatebirds (two sub-species but also very descriptive) soaring high and then skimming the surface to pick up a fish, boobies dive-bombing their prey, red-billed tropicbirds ...
Other places to stay in Puerto Ayora
Av. Charles Darwin y Seymour, Puerto Ayora | 3 star hotelfrom $219
Barrio Punta Estrada, Puerto Ayora | 3 star hotelfrom $309
Avenida Charles Darwin, Puerto Ayora | 3 star hotelfrom $131
- Charming hotel
- Enjoyed very much, unique style
- Loved a bit expensive, They say yes is Galapagos!!!
Ave. Charles Darwin, Puerto Ayora | 4 star hotelfrom $243
Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora | Hotelfrom $88
Avenida Plazas y Charles Binford, Puerto Ayora | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Petrel y Floreana, Puerto Ayora | 3 star hotelfrom $77