Pikaia Lodge in the Galapagos Islands provides an intimate boutique experience through 29 rooms. The islands are famous for their remarkable biodiversity and their unique role in shaping Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. From the iconic Galapagos giant tortoises and iguanas to sea lions, cormorants, blue-footed boobies, and penguins, the islands offer incredible opportunities for wildlife observation and photography.
Pikaia Lodge has been designed with utmost environmental considerations, aiming to provide luxurious five-star accommodations while achieving carbon neutrality.
The location of Pikai Lodge was previously a cattle ranch, but it underwent an extensive restoration project after it was acquired in 2006. As a result, they replanted over 10,000 endemic trees to help the return of native wildlife, including tortoises and birds. Read more about them here.
Lowest impact construction and operation
High level of energy efficiency
Pioneer in waste management
Fully organic and chemical-free operation
Actively protects nature and community