With its golden sunsets and shorelines teeming with some of the unique life known to science, the Galapagos Archipelago is the perfect place to take advantage of this new style of accommodations. This private window into the islands provides tourists with a first-hand look at two essential Galapagos habitat zones: the shore zone and the marine zone. Dozens of bird species have formed their nesting grounds along the Galapagos coastlines. Guests can enjoy watching marine iguanas soak up the sun in between dives, sea lions swim playfully in shallow waters, and blue-footed boobies dive like bullets towards their prey. With approximately 97% of the Galapagos Islands, consisting of the national parks, some of the best views of Galapago’s life can be found along these sandy beaches and rocky coastlines. On the other hand, as you move between islands at the end of the day, what could be better than gazing out across the open expanse of the Pacific Ocean to watch the day turn to dusk? Keep an eye out for marine fishing birds and, with a little luck, whales and dolphins. Sometimes guests can even see manta rays leaping out of the water! With these new accommodations, guests can experience the peace and beauty of this archipelago more intimately.