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Go beyond the expected activities in the Galapagos Islands of hiking, snorkeling and wildlife viewing.
With our personalized island-hopping tour itineraries you experience the Galapagos Islands as a local would: coffee farm tours, foodie tours, ceviche cooking classes, a demonstration at a local chocolate shop, or special occasion upgrades like in-room wine, chocolates, and local flowers with dinner on the beach. You can even add trips to mainland Ecuador, the Amazon Jungle or a trip to Peru including Machu Picchu and Cuzco.Travel With Us
Day trips to the numerous uninhabited islands are the focus of our land-based Galapagos tours. We can customize any itinerary to suit the interests of your family or group.
A trip to the Galapagos would not be complete with out a visit to see these famous local residents. We can help you get acquainted with these ancient giants.
Hike around (and over) some of the local residents of the Galapagos Islands. Channel your inner explorer and retrace the evolutionary footprints of Darwin himself.
Swim with sea lions, sharks, turtles and rays in the Galapagos Islands. We have an incredible array of snorkeling and SCUBA diving options to suit your needs.
We offer customized sportfishing tours in the waters of the Galapagos Islands to a variety of locations. From big game Marlin to Yellow Fin Tuna, we have some incredible options for anglers.
The location and geography of the Galapagos Islands create some remarkable waves. Why not grab a board and hang ten or take a lesson to learn how.
Scuba diving in the Galapagos Islands is unmatched the world over. Sharks, rays, turtles, sea lions and an uncountable number of pelagic fish make diving in this marine wonderland unforgettable.
Paddle around with some local Galapagos marine life. We can arrange a number of paddling activities on multiple islands.
Boobies, frigates, gulls, hawks, and of course finches. Not all of the fascinating animals of the Galapagos are in the water.