The Jocotoco Reserve is a 115 ha private conservation area in the highlands of San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos archipelago. It is owned and managed by Ecuadorian NGO, Fundación Jocotoco, which has committed to rewilding the reserve and protecting this site as an important nesting area for the critically-endangered Galapagos petrel. The reserve is also home to the only freshwater source anywhere on the islands and is adjacent to the beautiful crater lake, El Junco. Students will be staying in tents or shared bunkhouses in the reserve, or in a homestay near the reserve, for the first half of their Galapagos week and exploring the beautiful, endangered Miconia habitats that are well-preserved in this area. There are simple toilet blocks with cold showers. All meals will be held in the common area adjacent to the bunkhouses.
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