The Galapagos

The foremost destination for wildlife-watching, the Galápagos Islands are like no other when it comes to unspoiled beauty. With many of the plant and animal species only to be found on these Islands, an unforgettable experience is to be had to journey around their isolated and stunning habitat.

There are many ways of seeing the Galápagos Islands, but many are very touristy and won’t give you the best possible experience. We work with the best suppliers in the region to ensure that your holiday to the Galápagos Islands is unforgettable.

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Most people only dream of visiting the Galapagos Islands, but you can make that dream a reality on this wonderful cruise around the Galapagos Islands. Nowhere in the world can you experience such a wide range of unusual wildlife, and...

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Getting to The Galapagos

To fly to the Galapagos Islands you'll need to travel via Quito in Ecuador. Quito can be accessed by a range of international flights (such as via Madrid or the USA).

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General Information

Unlike anywhere else on earth and home to some of the world’s most exotic animals; without the Galapagos Islands, Charles Darwin may not have been able to crystallise his theory of evolution which is now considered one of the most important scientific breakthroughs of all time.

Today, many species of animals can only be found in the Galapagos Islands and are classified as endangered. There are many restrictions regarding tourism, however, you can still visit this beautiful collection of islands.

See the giant tortoises trudging along the grass and the Marine iguanas lounging on the rocks. It is definitely a once in a lifetime experience.

What Everyone Does In The Galapagos

Head to the Galapagos National Park and observe so many of the wonderful animals exclusive to this part of the world.

What Some People Do In The Galapagos

Check out the Volcan Sierra Negra. This volcano last erupted in 2005. You may wish to go on a guided tour as it’s easy to get lost in the mist as you near the summit!

What No One Else Does In The Galapagos

Visit the Lava Tubes in Santa Cruz. These fascinating structures were formed by lava millions of years ago.

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