After our volcano hike, we made a lunch stop at Campo Duro. It’s a Galapagos safari camp and a secluded, quaint farmland that focuses on eco-tourism and conservation located in the foothills of Sierra Negra. You can pitch your own tents, but if you want a glamping experience, they also have their own tents. You will also find an outdoor restaurant, sports areas, sustainable orchard gardens, and giant Galapagos tortoises roaming the land.
We got seated in the bar and restaurant area that was built under a giant mango tree.
Cana Manabita is the local sugar cane liquor in Ecuador. We treated ourselves to a shot after our hike.
Their food is grown there and prepared in a volcanic lava stone oven with guava wood that adds a special flavor.
Fresh Juice is always the best!! :) I wish the US had more places that served (affordable) fresh juice.
NOM NOM NOM. While we were getting our grub on, so was one of the Darwin’s finches.
After our meal, we explored the giant tortoise preserve to get a glimpse of their habitat their as well as the farmland where all the food we ate came from. We probably could have asked about our chicken’s name and the family! :P
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