LA SELVA AMAZON ECOLODGE & SPA, observes total respect for all human rights and especially those of children and adolescents, carefully observing that their rights are not violated throughout the commercialization and marketing processes involved in the supply chain of the operation and execution of the La Selva’s operations. La Selva declares a NO TOLERANCE policy when it comes to disrespecting the rights of children and adolescents, emphasizing to make all the efforts within their reach to protect children and adolescents against sexual exploitation and abuse. This is achieved by thorough training of all personnel and staff, disseminating its policy of zero tolerance at all levels, control and monitoring within all La Selva operations.

GALAPAGOS HABITAT ECO LUXURY HOTEL, an exclusive ecological experience. Our iconic Galapagos hotel is situated right on the waterfront — surrounded by both Galapagos wildlife and mangroves that give a delightful sense of seclusion in the town of Puerto Ayora — on Santa Cruz Island, in the heart of the Galapagos Islands. With us, you don’t have to leave the hotel to enjoy the wildlife spectacles that have made this archipelago famous the world over: sealions line one side of our wooden deck, marine iguanas scuttle by our restaurant and pelicans roost in the mangroves.

Allow GALAPAGOS HABITAT SEA to take you on an adventure of a lifetime. Our boutique yacht is unlike any other form of travel and the only way to experience the enchantment of the Galapagos Islands. From exclusive voyages to transformational adventures, your journey starts here, today. Imagine special ocassions shared with family & close friends. We make all arrangements for you. From a romantic honeymoon or an intimate wedding, Galapagos is waiting for you!

The ANGERMEYER WATERFRONT INN is located on one of the most historic grounds in Puerto Ayora. Gus Angermeyer was one of the first settlers on the island of Santa Cruz. Having left Germany in the early 1930s, he and his siblings set out on an adventure bound for the Galapagos Islands. Arriving in the Galapagos Islands in the mid-1930s, there were only a few living here, including some Germans, Norwegians, and Ecuadorians. Gus and his family settled around the bay area where they would build fishing boats. The three brothers and their families settled around the area later known as “Angermeyer Point”. For obvious reasons, their houses were built with available natural resources, mainly lava rocks and wood. Many of these structures are still standing today and are a major part of the atmosphere in the area. One of the central structures of the Angermeyer Waterfront Inn is Gus Angermeyer’s “cave”, which now serves as the hotel’s cafeteria. This legendary site was Gus’s sanctuary, where he read the plays of Shakespeare and Einstein and recounted his incredible adventures to those who were lucky enough to be invited.