We are pleased to invite you at the Jungle Hostal, located 50 m from the beach of Puerto Villamil, Isabela, Galapagos.
This is the most beautiful and extensive beach of the archipelago, formed by white coral. The Jungle is a quiet place to stay in contact with nature.
We are located on the beach, and very close to 'Centro de crianza de Tortugas'
We have doubles, twins, and family rooms available. All rooms have private bathrooms with 24 hrs hot shower.
Check in time. 18.00pm
Check out time 11.00am
Only cash accepted as payment upon arrival
Breakfast in shared rooms is not included.
Cancellation Policy: 3 days, in other case you will be charged with the first night of your booking.
To get to Hostal The Jungle you need to fly from either Quito o Guayaquil to Baltra Island.
A bus from the airline will transport you to the channel where you board a ferry, the ferry only take you to the other side in 5 mins. Cost 0.80 cents.
Once you get off, a local bus awaits to take you the rest of the journey to Puerto Ayora. Cost 1.80 USD and this take around 40 mins. The bus leaves you at the dock. Another option it's to take a taxi for about 18 USD.
From the dock you can take a boat, that takes arounds 2 hours to go arrive in Puerto Villamil -Isabella's island. Cost 30 USD.
When you arrive at the dock in Puerto Villamil you can take a taxi to the property for 1 USD or walk 20 min.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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