As others have said, this place is outstanding. The owner, Gundi, couldn't be more helpful. Leading up to our arrival we exchanged several emails. She was more than happy to answer all of my questions about the islands and the city. She met us at...更多
Jean's Home has a wonderful quiet location, away from the bustle of Puerto Ayora yet only ten minutes from the central dock via water taxi. A five-minute walk takes you to a small, calm beach where you can see marine iguanas, sealions, pelicans and crabs....更多
What a great place Jean's Home is! And it is not only about the place: it is Gundi - the host, history, peace, relax.... Let me tell you about it. We stayed there with 3 kids. My husband was like a camel carrying the backpacks...更多
Really nice house where you feel like you are at home. Breakfast was very tasty and Gundi was looking after us very well. The bed was comfortable and the room spacious. It is very quiet there because you can only get there by ferry and...更多
Isolated from the hassle of the town, yet only a small walk away from the dinghies that bring you there. We enjoyed quiet nights in a truly comfy house. Next to the town's nicest beach and hosted by Gundi, the best hostess.
The are family...更多
Hola! queria preguntarles cómo se contactaron con este alojamiento para averiguar precios y disponibilidad
This place is beautiful! I am very interested in possibly renting this space for my prospective trip to the Galapagos in mid April to beginning of May.
I was wondering how much per night this accommodation is, and I noticed that it is a pet friendly space. Based on my research, I thought that the Galapagos do not allow domestic pets into their environment. Is this true?
Thank you so much.
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indeed , no pets can be carried into the Galapagos. But the residents in the islands have pets. They need to be controlled by vets and sterilized. Bear in mind that 97 percent of the land surface in galapagos is a national... 更多
indeed , no pets can be carried into the Galapagos. But the residents in the islands have pets. They need to be controlled by vets and sterilized. Bear in mind that 97 percent of the land surface in galapagos is a national park. Puerto Ayora, where this property is, is part of the 3% excluded from the National Park.