Bird Watching

Make Some Feathered Friends

Not all of the fascinating animals of the Galapagos are underwater. Some incredible creatures call the air above the islands home as well.

Blue-footed Boobie bailando on North Seymour island.
Blue-footed Boobie bailando on North Seymour island.

The Galapagos islands are habitat to numerous indigenous, endemic and migratory bird species. From the famous Blue-Footed Boobie to the elusive Pajaro Brujo, birdwatchers have plenty to pursue.

Catch a glimpse of a Pajaro Brujo on an Isabela Highlands tour.
Catch a glimpse of a Pajaro Brujo on an Isabela Highlands tour.

If you are an avid birdwatcher we can design an itinerary that is avian focused. While we cannot guarantee any wildlife sightings, we can put you where the birds are.

Frigate bird taking off into the wind.
Frigate bird taking off into the wind.

Our itinerary specialists can help you to determine the ideal islands and activities to maximize the number of species you may see during your limited time in the islands.

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