Permanent Residency

Basic research on Floreana this far suggests that it is a prime site for a sustainable village for permanent residents of the Galapagos archipelago.


It is one of only four islands (others are San Cristobal, Isabela, and Santa Cruz) which tourists are permitted to visit at night. One of the main reasons tourists stay here is because of the island's proximity to the beautiful Espanola, which has several species found nowhere else in the Galapagos and therefore is very attractive to tourism.

Updates to come:

Freshwater exists on the island, how to harness it most efficiently? Wastewater disposal, existing systems and possible new ones. Contact with tourism companies leading tours of Floreana.