The Galapagos Islands, located in Ecuador, are considered exclusive nowadays. The archipelago is located about 1000km west of the Ecuadorian coast, directly above the Equator line. From continental Ecuador; your trip to these Islands begins with a flight from Quito or Guayaquil to either San Cristobal Island or Baltra Island, where you will begin your adventure. The Islands make up a natural reserve with incredible landscapes, where most animal and floral species are endemic. Not to mention the bizarre volcanic scenery, the Galapagos tortoises, the flightless cormorants, the Galapagos waved albatross, marine iguanas, penguins, and the playful sea lions, which are the main attractions on the islands.
To help you plan your next adventure, we offer información de viajes about the Galapagos Islands, flora, fauna, history, and weather, as well as flights, recommended packing lists, trip plans, and the National Park rules.
Despite most of the information on this website being in Spanish, most of the tours in the Galapagos are guided in either Spanish, English, German and French.
You may opt to join a travel group (explore some below) with itineraries between 4 and 8 days, with set departure dates, or plan your personalized adventure, beginning and ending wherever you wish During day excursions, the national park's guides whom have been trained on the subject, will share their knowledge about the unique flora and fauna in the Galapagos Islands with you, which means they will guide you to the best spots to spot the local wildlife You can also walk through colonies made up of unique species such as Marine Iguanas, which are usually found sunbathing, and see the intricate mating rituals performed by the blue-footed boobies and frigates, among others. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time to begin your trip planning to the legendary enchanted Islands.