Really, there is nowhere quite like the world-famous Galapagos Islands.
We know that claim gets thrown around often, but it’s true: You’ll see birds, lizards, and other animals that exist nowhere else on Earth. For hundreds of years, the islands have been rightly celebrated for their sense of isolation and ecological diversity – and we’re excited to show you all the Galapagos has to offer.
Explore the islands by land, water – or both
See water-going iguanas, the Galapagos tortoise, and more
Spy fish, mammals, and other species that exist nowhere else on Earth
Customize the trip to suit your interests and abilities
Some 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, more than a dozen islands and dozens of islets make up the Galapagos Islands. And no matter how long you spend on the Galapagos, you’ll see something that exists nowhere else on Earth – like the Galapagos tortoise, which can live for more than 150 years; the colorful Sally Lightfoot crab, known for its uncommonly quick speeds; and the Galapagos batfish, which appears to walk on the ocean floor with its pectoral fins.
Along with dozens of species of plant, bird, mammal, and fish, these creatures have grown and evolved here over the centuries, and the Galapagos’ unrivaled sense of isolation means you won’t see water-going iguanas, unique coral, or colorful species of bird back on the mainland.
Whether you want to kayak, snorkel, swim, or hike your way through the enchanting landscapes – or some combination of the above – we’re happy to make your dreams a reality. We offer both land- and water-based treks, so you can experience the best of what the Galapagos has to offer – on your own terms.
All our trips to the Galapagos Islands are customized to fit your interests, time allowances, and budget. Spend as few as three to four days – or as many as two weeks. Either way, we’re happy to help develop an itinerary that’s right for you.