The Galapagos Islands is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. It is no surprise tourists flock to this remote archipelago that informed Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. A common question is how expensive is it to travel to Galapagos and how to find the best hotel deals in Galapagos.
The most popular type of accommodations you’ll find on the island are hotels and hostels with some similar to homestays. Finding hotels in Galapagos is relatively easy but finding a quality accommodation at a good price can take a little longer.
One of the fastest and easiest ways to search for hotels in the Galapagos Islands is through this new booking platform, where you will find the best rates for hotels in Isabela, Santa Cruz and San Cristóbal.
The idea behind this platform came from Jazmin’s friend, Choko, who runs specialized tours of the Galapagos Islands for years. He started his tourism blog several years ago, when he realized there was a gap of useful information about the Galapagos Islands. Information including the Galapagos National Park Fees that you must pay at the airports of Quito, Guayaquil, Baltra and San Cristóbal; the rules and recomendaciones to help conserve the archipelago; and about the islands unique species of fauna and flora.
ChokoHost, it is a mobile friendly and user focused platform to search for any type of accommodation on the islands of Santa Cruz, Isabela and San Cristóbal. Before booking you can review photos, maps and the prices of the different options offered by these verified accommodations. In fact, you will often get better prices than on bigger platforms such as Kayak or Booking.
The coolest feature is the ability to book multiple hotels across the different islands all at one time. No need to flip through multiple tabs while trying to make sure all the dates match your trip.
For a limited time you can use the coupon code “TRAVELTOBLANK” to save when you book at ChokoHost.
By booking through ChokoHost, you are also supporting various causes of conservation and sustainable development of the Galapagos community. 5% of the cost of the reservation will go to different foundations, including Patitas Galapagueñas, which operate on the islands of Santa Cruz and Isabela.