Royal Palm Resort Hotel

Address: Km. 18 Via Puerto Ayora-Baltra Isla Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km. 18 Via Puerto Ayora-Baltra Isla Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Palm Resort Hotel Santa Cruz

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    Galápagos Islands No 2

    A travel blog entry by plannette on Oct 28, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... to lay her eggs then traipse all the way back as it is to wet in the highlands to lay eggs . Proof that we have been to the Galapagos can be seen in the accompanying photo of Stephen "shelled". New group of guests on board all Dutch. Thursday 29 October Today commenced with a walk around Seymour Island and once again it didn't disappoint . We saw many birds including Blue footed Boobies with eggs and chicks , frigate birds ...

    Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz 2

    A travel blog entry by jessenreb on Sep 17, 2015

    17 photos

    ... the ferry and paid the taxi driver. We had to throw our bags on the roof of the ferry and jump aboard. It waited for quite a while for more people to come. Eventually we started the 10 minute crossing to the other island.

    Once on Baltra we jumped on a waiting bus and got a ride to the airport which didn't take very long. Once at the airport Jonny was running around trying to find some rugby on a tv as there was a world cup game on. But alas I think he was dreaming as I ...

    Goodbye Galápagos

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 23, 2015

    ... his nose. We made our way to the airport, the original air strip for the U.S. army when they used the Galápagos as a base from which to protect the Panama Canal and the rest of the Pacific during WW2. Here, we boarded our flight and were ready for take-off when one of our group was recalled to security. Puzzled, we asked her companion what she could possibly have done wrong. Incredulously, we listened as her friend explained quite calmly that she had ...

    I love boobies

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 22, 2015

    Thankfully, it was an incredibly calm night and we were able to grab a sizeable chunk of sleep, despite the excitement of yesterday. We awoke to a panga ride straight over to yet another powder-soft beach - something I had not expected to be a highlight of a Galápagos trip but we truly have been spoiled by the wonderful beaches we have had private access to on this trip and it will be incredibly difficult to ever book a beach destination without having a tinge ...

    Isla Santiago, Galapagos, Ecuador

    A travel blog entry by thomasgillam on Aug 20, 2015

    2 photos

    ... br> Too early,Too deep,Too Dark, and Too Cold. I prefer shallower dives with more light and longer time down there. I have been suprised at how cold the weater is here just below the ecuator. The Humbolt current bring cold water up from the south. That may explain why we will see some penguins in the next day or so. (you won´t see them because I screwed up and lost ...