The Galapagos Islands, located in Ecuador, are considered an exclusive and off the beaten path travel choice. In order to be prepared for this exciting adventure we provide you with comprehensive travel information on the Galapagos Islands, their flora and fauna, their history and climate as well as on flights, lists for packing and equipment, a travel planner and the national park rules.
A travel to the Galapagos Islands is a once in a lifetime experience, although some visitors are so excited about their experiences, they do return for a second or even third tour. Nevertheless, as a live-aboard experience is not for everyone, especially if you are prone to sea-sickness or don’t like the idea of spending so much time confined to a (relatively) small yacht, you might want to consider an island-hopping tour or a hotel-based travel instead. Furthermore, island hopping and hotel-based tours are good options for those travelers who want to interact with the local people, stay overnight in hotels and discover the Galapagos Islands on tours during the day.
You can chose to join group travel (see some below) with itineraries from 4 to 8 days with determinate departure dates or plan your own personalized adventure starting and ending the day you wish. During day tours trained national park guides will share their knowledge on the flora and fauna of the Galapagos Islands with you and guide you to the best spots to meet the wildlife. You can walk among unique species such as marine iguanas basking in the sun and observe the elaborate mating rituals of blue-footed boobies and frigate birds. Please feel free to contact us anytime to start planning your travel to the Enchanted Islands.