The Galapagos Safari Camp may be one of the islands’ best kept secrets. Located on a 136-acre form bordering the Galapagos National Park, the camp is modeled after the luxurious safari camps found across much of Africa.  It is comprised of nine canvas tents built on wooden platforms, each with dramatic views of the ocean and neighboring islands.  While luxury is always nice, the real beauty of the camp is the unique opportunity it affords to get close to nature and explore the surrounding environs, where a variety of wildlife, including giant tortoises, roam free.

This video sums up the experience pretty nicely: