Pikaia Lodge - Remote Getaway On The Galapagos IslandsPikaia Lodge  

Hidden on top of an extinct volcano crater on the Galapagos Islands, the Pikaia Lodge is an incredible getaway for those looking for an environmentally-conscious retreat. The Lodge is carbon neutral and powered by alternative energy sources that don’t pollute or emit greenhouse gases. With just 29 rooms, folks at the lodge can adequately serve all guests to make everyone feel personally cared for. The lodge derives its unique name from the “Pikaia Gracilens,” which are believed to be the first creature to evolve into a vertebrate and are our oldest known ancestors.

Travelers can look forward to connecting with nature as the lodge offers several exploration packages and day tours. Whether you’re looking to kayak, hike, or scuba dive, adventure seekers have a plethora of options.

Work up an appetite while discovering the beauty of the Galapagos and grab some of the finest cuisines at the Evolution Restaurant. Furnished with a contemporary style, guests are encouraged to dine in “casual elegance.” A candle-lit dinner under the stars is also available upon special request. Grab a drink at the “DNA” Bar and Lounge or take a break in the “Homo Sapiens” Explorers Lounge (noticing a theme yet?). The Lodge library is also dedicated to topics of “science, evolution and the Galapagos.”

Pikaia Lodge with the hills of Galapagos

Pikaia Lodge buildings above the dirt road

Pikaia Lodge building exterior

Pikaia Lodge at night

Pikaia Lodge rooms exterior

Pikaia Lodge lobby

Pikaia Lodge lobby with nature views

Homo Sapiens Lounge

Pikaia Lodge Homo Sapiens Lounge

Evolution Restaurant

Pikaia Lodge Evolution Restaurant

Pikaia Lodge garden suite

Pikaia Lodge terrace queen room

Pikaia Lodge terrace room

Pikaia Lodge balcony

Pikaia Lodge pool suite

Pikaia Lodge pool suite exterior

Sumaq Spa

Pikaia Lodge Sumaq Spa

Sumaq Spa massage


Pikaia Lodge DNA Bar

Pikaia Lodge swimming pool

Galapagos canoeing

Galapagos seals

Galapagos seals on the beach with a tourist taking photos of them

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