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Discover for yourself the almost mythological Galapagos Islands. Swim and snorkel among some of the richest marine life on Earth, and come face-to-face with the 150-year-old giant tortoises that symbolize this living laboratory of evolutionary change.Choose from among the best luxury-class and 1st-class yachts and cruise ships, or consider a liveaboard diving cruise in what’s one of the top-10 diving spots in the world. Don’t want to spend so much time on a ship? …then take a land-based “island-hopping” tour, staying at some of the archipelago’s finest hotels.

Just as Surtrek has helped thousands of happy clients experience the Galapagos since 1993, you can contact one of our expert Galapagos trip planners online to help you find the perfect trip to Galapagos, one suited to your precise interests, budget, and schedule.

Galapagos Luxury Cruises

Embark on a journey of luxury and discovery with Surtrek’s Galapagos cruises. Experience the pristine beauty of the islands from the comfort of our meticulously designed vessels, where every detail is tailored to exceed your expectations. Explore remote shores, encounter fascinating wildlife, and unwind in style as you immerse yourself in the wonders of this unique destination. With Surtrek, luxury meets adventure for an unforgettable Galapagos experience.

Sirius

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Lobos Island, Garden Bay, Post Office Bay, Santa Fe, South Plazas

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Horizon

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Suarez Point, Gardner Bay, Punta Pitt, Kicker Rock, Las Bachas Beach

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Hermes

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San Cristobal, Bahía Gardner, Punta Cormorant, Baltra

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Aqua Mare

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Genovesa Island, Santiago Island, Santa Cruz Island, Punta Suarez, Los Geme

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Silver Origin

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Galapagos Islands, Genovesa, North Seymour, San Cristóbal (Pitt Point), Es

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WildAid Passion

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Galapagos Islands, Genovesa, Bartolome (Pinnacle Rock), Española Islands &

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Galapagos First Class Yachts

Surtrek offers first-class yachts for an unparalleled Galapagos experience. Step aboard our meticulously curated vessels and immerse yourself in luxury as you explore the captivating beauty of the islands. With expert guides leading the way, encounter unique wildlife and breathtaking landscapes while enjoying personalized service and top-notch amenities. Experience the Galapagos in style with Surtrek’s first-class yachts.

Odyssey Yacht

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Punta Carrion, Cousins Rock Island, Wolf, Darwin, Cape Douglas, Punta Vicen

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Letty Yacht

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Galapagos Islands, San Cristobal (Kicker Rock, Punta Pitt), Española, Bart

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Tip Top IV Yacht

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Highlights: Galapagos Islands, Española, San Cristobal (Kicker Rock) & Cha

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Tip Top III Yacht

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Galapagos islands, South Plaza (Land & Marine iguanas) & Charles Darwin Res

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Tip Top II Catamaran

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Galapagos Islands, Santa Cruz (Darwin Research Station), Santa Fe, South Pl

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Beagle Sailboat

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Galapagos Islands, Genovesa, Isabela (Tagus Cove & Tortoise Breeding Center

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Galapagos Diving Cruises

Embark on an exhilarating diving adventure with Surtrek’s specialized Galapagos cruises. Dive into the crystal-clear waters of the archipelago and discover a mesmerizing world beneath the waves. Our expert guides will lead you to the most pristine dive sites, where you’ll encounter an abundance of marine life, from graceful manta rays to majestic hammerhead sharks. With state-of-the-art equipment and personalized service, Surtrek ensures an unforgettable diving experience in the extraordinary Galapagos Islands.

Galapagos Nortada

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Punta Carrion, Cousins Rock Island, Wolf, Darwin, Cape Douglas, Punta Vicen

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Humboldt Explorer

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Galapagos Islands, Lobos, Punta Carrion (2 dives), Wolf (7 dives), Darwin (

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Galapagos Sky

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Galapagos Islands, Lobos, Bartolome, Cousin's Rock (2 dives), Wolf (5 dives

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Galapagos Aggressor III Yacht

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Galapagos Islands, Santa Cruz (Punta Carrion), Bartolome, Wolf (6 Dives), D

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Galapagos Master Yacht

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Galapagos Islands, Lobos (1 dive), Santa Cruz (Carrion Point-1 dive), Darwi

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Tiburon Explorer

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Wolf Island, Darwin Island, Punta Vicente Roca, Cousin's Rock, Santa Cruz I

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Land Based Tours

Discover the wonders of the Galapagos Islands on a land tour with Surtrek. Explore the diverse landscapes and fascinating ecosystems of these enchanted islands, guided by expert naturalists who will unveil the secrets of this unique destination. From volcanic craters to lush forests teeming with wildlife, our land tours offer an immersive experience that will leave you in awe of the Galapagos’ unparalleled beauty and biodiversity. With Surtrek, embark on a journey of discovery through one of the world’s most extraordinary archipelagos.

Galapagos + Amazon + Quito Tour

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Quito, Middle of the World, Galapagos, Galapagos Islands, Amazon Exploratio

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Machu Picchu + Galapagos Islands

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Quito city, Galapagos Islands, Arequipa, Colca Canyon, Machu Picchu, Lima,

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Finch Bay

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Galapagos Tours, Excursion, explore the archipelagos, Las Grietas

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Island Hopping + Diving

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Galapagos Islands, Scuba diving, Tortuga Bay beach, snorkeling, eagle rays,

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Galapagos habitat

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Charles Darwin Research Station & Tortoise Breeding Center, Yacht Cruise to

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Island Hopping (6 Night)

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Galapagos Islands, Tortuga Bay Beach, Sierra Negra Volcano, Tintoreras Isle

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Faq’s About Galapagos Tours

How to choose the right Galapagos tour and/or cruise

Before traveling to the Galapagos islands, you’ll need to consider which type of vacation works best for you – a cruise or a land-based vacation.Cruise-based tours of the Galapagos Islands allow greater wildlife coverage, as you’ll be able to explore different areas of the archipelago and reach the more remote islands. On a liveaboard cruise, you’ll enjoy guided activities, including snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, paddle-boarding, and “panga” boat rides, which are included in the cruise packages. In addition, all meals are served on board and are also included. However, cruises lack flexibility in that they operate based on set departure dates and fixed itineraries.

These types of tours are also usually more expensive.Land-based tours of the Galapagos archipelago are great for those who might feel too cooped up on a boat after several days, and for people who lack the “sea legs” (meaning those prone to seasickness) when on board a constantly rocking ship.Being more flexible, a land-based tour’s exploring activities and times for relaxing can be set as you see fit, and daytime “island-hopping” tours can be taken to selected islands by traveling for short times on speed boats. Nonetheless, land-based tours allow for visits to fewer islands and afford less exposure to the archipelago’s wildlife. Also, expedition activities are usually not included, nor are meals (except for breakfast).

In either case, you and your tour operator can work together to address the issues that need to be dealt with to make your dream Galapagos vacation experience come true.

Top things to do and see in the Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands is one of those rare destinations that offer sights, sounds, and activities that can be experienced in few if any other places on earth. But what makes any visit here truly exceptional are the many opportunities for close encounters with the extraordinary and exotic wildlife.

These remote islands are home to uncounted endemic animal and plant species that exist nowhere else on the planet. From 500-pound Giant tortoises to the only species of penguin that lives north of the equator, not to mention sea lion pups who greet travelers’ toes when landing on whatever island.Avid birders and even curious bird watchers should note that the archipelago is home to 45 species of birds that you won’t see anywhere else …picture tiny Galapagos penguins and Darwin’s finches. Then too, intrepid hikers and casual walkers alike will find their jaws dropping when peering across a 6-mile wide volcanic crater, hiking over a lava field that blankets an entire island, or exploring subterranean lava tubes …flashlight in hand. Not to be ignored, aquatic enthusiasts of all types will revel in sharing the ocean’s waters with vibrantly colored tropical fish, miniature Godzilla-lie Marine iguanas, and ridiculously playful sea lions.

Whether snorkeling or scuba diving, sea kayaking or “panga” (dingy) riding, you’ll discover for yourself a stunning underwater world like no other.Even for those travelers who are content with lounging on their yacht’s outdoor deck or spending quality time sunbathing on a beach next to a Land iguana, the activities in the Galapagos are never-ending (Oh, did we mention horseback riding along a desolate shore or mountain biking down the slope of some extinct volcano?). Whatever pursuits pique your interest, you’re sure to sate your cravings by exploring the Galapagos’ pristine landscapes and interacting with its magnificent creatures.

Is it safe to visit the Galapagos Islands?

When traveling through the Galapagos islands, safety should not be a major area of concern, as the vast majority of trips occur with no problems whatsoever. In fact, most safety issues are those related to protection from sunburns, the need for common-sense precautions around animals (e.g. male sea lions), universal swimming and diving safeguards, and perhaps overdoing it at the ship’s bar.One should know that the cruise yachts and ships sailing the waters of the Galapagos are operated by trained and experienced professionals, teams of highly-skilled crew members and guides with first-aid and CPR training; and, as you’ll see, each cruise begins with a comprehensive safety briefing to familiarize you with all of the ship’s safety equipment and protocols.

Concerning crime, the few towns and villages in the Galapagos are known to be safer than those on mainland Ecuador. Still, to prevent opportunistic wrongdoing, levelheaded measures should be taken, such as keeping an eye on your belongings, not flaunting valuables, etc. – just like anywhere else in the world.As for the big cities of mainland Ecuador, you’ll be accompanied by experienced local guides during any time spent here. In any case, travelers should avoid going out alone at night, take registered taxis, and walk in groups – just to be sure.All of this being said, Ecuador is a relatively safe country overall, especially the Galapagos Islands. Therefore, travelers shouldn’t let the negligible potential for crime keep them from all that this amazing county has to offer.

When’s the best time to visit or take a cruise in the Galapagos Islands?

For most travelers, there really is no better or worse time to visit the islands. For a cruise, the archipelago is a great year-round destination, with no “off-season” stemming from weather conditions. Being situated right on the equator, the air temperatures vary little, ranging between 70°F and 85°F throughout the year, with a light but cooling mist (garua) experienced between January and April.Note, though, that water temperatures can, in fact, vary significantly, dropping as low as the 60s from May-November, which is why most yachts provide wetsuits.The island’s “high seasons” are during the Christmas-to-New Year’s holidays and the June-to-August summer vacation. If you can only travel during these sometimes crowded vacation periods, be sure to book your trip at least six months prior to your desired travel date, or earlier if at all possible to ensure a spot.As for the wildlife, don’t worry about missing out on them during any given month.

Except for the Waved Albatross, almost no species in the islands migrate, meaning they’ll be there in this otherworldly destination, full of life and waiting to be explored.

What should I pack for traveling to the Galapagos Islands?

When packing for a trip to the Galapagos Islands, keep in mind that you’ll be visiting not just those tropical and semi-arid islands, but also continental South America. With no direct flights to the archipelago, you’ll touch down first on the much cooler Ecuadorian mainland, where most travelers choose to spend at least a day or two in Quito so as to arrive in the Galapagos fresh and ready to hit the ground running.

Dressing for the high-mountain Andean city of Quito means you’ll need to pack a few warm and water-resistant items (e.g. a jacket, long-sleeve fleece or sweater, and long pants, as well as bring along a travel umbrella).Later, when landing in the Galapagos Islands, you’ll have to dress for warmer weather and geographies that range from sandy palm-tree-backed beaches to cactus-dotted deserts and volcanic-rock fields. In any case, for your daily land expeditions, pack a wide-brimmed sun hat or a cap with a strap, short-sleeve breathable T-shirts, long-sleeve expedition-style shirts, convertible cargo pants, comfortable walking shoes and open-toe sports sandals with non-slippery soles (these are great for “wet landings,” where you’ll have to step directly out of from your dingy into angle-deep water and sand on the beach). Don’t forget shorts, swimwear, and some reef-friendly sunscreen for your ship’s sundeck and the shore.For the cool evenings on the water, some of the warmer clothes that you packed for the mainland will serve you well.

Also, note that most yachts don’t have a formal dress code, so casual clothes are fine, even at dinner time.Since you’ll be traveling to uninhabited (i.e. store-less) islands at times, be sure to pack plenty of memory cards or film, recharging cords, batteries, and personal toiletries. Then too, though most ships provide wetsuits and snorkeling gear, you may want to bring along your own equipment if these are special-sized items or simply preferable.Worried about leaving anything out? Don’t fret – after you book your tour, you’ll receive a detailed packing list from Surtrek as a part of your information packet.

How to get to the Galapagos Islands?

As there are no direct international flights to the Galapagos Islands (which is an Ecuadorian province), you’ll fly into mainland Ecuador*, choosing to land either in Quito (which is the county’s capital and located in the Andes) or in the coastal Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil.In either city, you’ll be welcomed at the airport by Surtrek representatives, who will assist you with your luggage and privately drive you to your upscale hotel.

Be aware that from the moment you touch down, throughout your stay in Ecuador and its Galapagos Islands, and until it’s time to leave, you will be accompanied by experienced bilingual Surtrek staff and representatives who will accompany all along the way. In addition, you will be provided with ground transportation throughout your stay (and accompanied during the few instances that shared transport is required), assisted with your luggage and checking in at all domestic and international airports, welcomed upon your arrival at such airports, and finally, you’ll be seen off on your flight home or onward.So don’t worry – Surtrek’s soup-to-nuts service makes travel here a breeze.

(*) Note: Direct non-stop flights fly to both Quito and Guayaquil from several US cities, including Houston, New York, and Miami. Likewise, such flights arrive from European cities such as Madrid.

What are the most popular attractions on a Galapagos tour?

The Galapagos Islands are renowned for their unique and diverse attractions that draw visitors from around the world. Some of the most popular attractions on a Galapagos tour include:

  • Giant Tortoises: The Galapagos is home to the iconic giant tortoises, which can be found on several islands. Visitors can observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat and learn about conservation efforts to protect them.

  • Marine Wildlife: The islands offer incredible opportunities for snorkeling and diving among an abundance of marine life, including sea lions, sharks, rays, and colorful fish. Marine reserves such as Gordon Rocks and Kicker Rock are particularly popular diving spots.

  • Bird Watching: The Galapagos Islands are a paradise for bird enthusiasts, with numerous endemic species and iconic birds such as blue-footed boobies, waved albatrosses, and frigatebirds. Visitors can observe nesting colonies and unique behaviors of these fascinating birds.

  • Volcanic Landscapes: The Galapagos archipelago is of volcanic origin, resulting in stunning landscapes characterized by rugged coastlines, lava formations, and volcanic craters. Popular sites to explore include Bartolomé Island, Sierra Negra Volcano, and Sullivan Bay.

  • Charles Darwin Research Station: Located on Santa Cruz Island, this research station is dedicated to the conservation and study of the unique ecosystems of the Galapagos. Visitors can learn about ongoing research and conservation efforts, as well as visit the famous Giant Tortoise Breeding Center.

  • Island Hopping: Galapagos tours often include visits to multiple islands, each offering its own unique attractions and landscapes. From the white-sand beaches of Española Island to the red-sand beaches of Rabida Island, island hopping allows visitors to experience the diversity of the archipelago.

  • Snorkeling with Sharks: For the adventurous, snorkeling with sharks is a thrilling experience in the Galapagos. Tour operators offer guided excursions where visitors can swim alongside harmless species such as white-tipped reef sharks and Galapagos sharks.

  • Naturalist Guides: Many Galapagos tours include expert naturalist guides who provide insights into the islands’ ecology, geology, and wildlife. These knowledgeable guides enhance the visitor experience by sharing their expertise and passion for the Galapagos.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that make Galapagos tours such a unique and unforgettable experience. Each island offers something special, ensuring that visitors have a diverse and rewarding adventure in this natural paradise.

What species of animals can be seen on a tour of the Galapagos Islands?

A tour of the Galapagos Islands offers the opportunity to encounter a wide variety of unique and fascinating animal species, many of which are found nowhere else on Earth. Some of the iconic species you may see on a Galapagos tour include:

  • Giant Tortoises: The Galapagos Islands are famous for their giant tortoises, which can be found on several islands. These gentle giants are the largest tortoises in the world and are a symbol of the islands’ biodiversity.

  • Marine Iguanas: The Galapagos marine iguana is the only iguana species in the world that has adapted to life in the ocean. Visitors can see these unique reptiles basking on rocks or swimming in the sea.

  • Blue-footed Boobies: These distinctive seabirds are known for their bright blue feet, which they use in elaborate courtship displays. Blue-footed boobies can be found nesting in colonies on various islands throughout the archipelago.

  • Galapagos Penguins: The Galapagos penguin is the only species of penguin found north of the equator. Visitors may spot these small penguins swimming in the cool waters around the islands.

  • Waved Albatrosses: Known for their impressive wingspan, waved albatrosses are a seabird species that breed exclusively on Española Island in the Galapagos. Visitors can observe their courtship rituals and nesting behaviors.

  • Galapagos Sea Lions: These playful and curious marine mammals are a common sight along the shores of the Galapagos Islands. Visitors can often see them lounging on beaches or frolicking in the surf.

  • Darwin’s Finches: The Galapagos Islands are home to several species of finches, famously studied by Charles Darwin during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. Each species has adapted to different diets and habitats on the various islands.

  • Galapagos Hawks: The Galapagos hawk is the islands’ only endemic bird of prey and is often seen soaring overhead in search of prey.

  • Land and Marine Turtles: In addition to giant tortoises, visitors may encounter other species of turtles, including green sea turtles and hawksbill turtles, both on land and while snorkeling or diving.

  • Sharks, Rays, and Fish: The waters surrounding the Galapagos Islands are teeming with marine life, including various species of sharks (such as hammerheads and Galapagos sharks), rays (such as manta rays and eagle rays), and colorful reef fish.

These are just a few examples of the incredible diversity of wildlife that can be seen on a tour of the Galapagos Islands. Each island offers its own unique ecosystems and species, providing visitors with a truly unforgettable wildlife experience.

What activities can be done on a Galapagos tour?

A Galapagos tour offers a wide range of activities that allow visitors to fully immerse themselves in the unique ecosystems and landscapes of the islands. Some of the activities that can be enjoyed on a Galapagos tour include:

  • Snorkeling: Explore the underwater world of the Galapagos Islands by snorkeling in pristine waters teeming with marine life. Encounter colorful fish, sea turtles, rays, and even sharks in their natural habitat.

  • Diving: For certified divers, the Galapagos offers some of the best diving experiences in the world. Dive sites around the islands are home to a rich diversity of marine species, including hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, and manta rays.

  • Hiking: Embark on guided hikes across the islands’ rugged terrain, where you can discover volcanic landscapes, endemic flora, and breathtaking vistas. Hiking trails vary in difficulty, catering to both novice and experienced hikers.

  • Wildlife Watching: The Galapagos Islands are a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, offering opportunities to observe unique species up close. From giant tortoises and marine iguanas to blue-footed boobies and waved albatrosses, there’s no shortage of fascinating creatures to see.

  • Kayaking: Paddle along the coastline of the islands in a kayak, exploring secluded coves, mangrove forests, and hidden beaches. Kayaking allows for quiet and intimate encounters with wildlife and provides a different perspective of the islands’ landscapes.

  • Island Hopping: Visit multiple islands on a guided tour, each with its own distinct ecosystems and attractions. Island hopping allows you to experience the diversity of the Galapagos archipelago and discover its hidden gems.

  • Birdwatching: With over 50 endemic bird species, the Galapagos Islands are a paradise for birdwatchers. Join guided birdwatching tours to spot iconic species such as the Galapagos penguin, Darwin’s finches, and the waved albatross.

  • Photography: Capture the stunning landscapes and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands through photography. Whether you’re an amateur or professional photographer, the islands offer endless opportunities for capturing memorable moments.

  • Cultural Visits: Learn about the history, culture, and conservation efforts of the Galapagos Islands by visiting local communities, research stations, and interpretive centers. Gain insights into the islands’ unique heritage and the importance of preserving its ecosystems.

  • Relaxation: Take time to unwind and soak in the natural beauty of the Galapagos Islands. Lounge on pristine beaches, swim in crystal-clear waters, and enjoy breathtaking sunsets against the backdrop of volcanic landscapes.

These are just a few examples of the activities that can be enjoyed on a Galapagos tour. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or educational experiences, the Galapagos Islands offer something for every type of traveler.

How to plan a tour in the Galapagos Islands?

Planning a tour in the Galapagos Islands requires careful consideration of various factors to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you plan your Galapagos tour:

  • Research: Start by researching the Galapagos Islands to familiarize yourself with the geography, wildlife, climate, and available activities. Consider the time of year you plan to visit and any specific wildlife or experiences you’d like to prioritize.

  • Choose Your Tour Type: Decide whether you want to join a guided group tour, book a customized private tour, or plan your own independent itinerary. Each option offers different advantages and caters to different preferences and budgets.

  • Select Your Islands: The Galapagos archipelago consists of multiple islands, each with its own unique attractions and ecosystems. Research the islands and choose which ones you’d like to visit based on your interests and available time.

  • Book Your Flights: Arrange your flights to the Galapagos Islands, typically flying into either Baltra Island or San Cristobal Island from mainland Ecuador (usually Quito or Guayaquil). Flights to the Galapagos tend to fill up quickly, so book well in advance.

  • Book Your Accommodation: Research and book accommodation on the islands where you’ll be staying. Options range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts, depending on your preferences and budget.

  • Book Your Tours and Activities: Once you’ve chosen your islands and accommodation, book your tours and activities in advance. This may include guided hikes, snorkeling excursions, diving trips, and wildlife-watching tours. Consider booking through reputable tour operators to ensure quality experiences.

  • Pack Accordingly: Prepare for your trip by packing appropriate clothing, footwear, and gear for the activities you plan to do. Don’t forget essentials like sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, sunglasses, and a reusable water bottle.

  • Obtain Necessary Permits: Depending on your planned activities and the sites you intend to visit, you may need to obtain permits or passes in advance. Your tour operator or accommodation provider can advise you on any permits required.

  • Prepare for Conservation Regulations: Familiarize yourself with the Galapagos National Park rules and regulations, which are in place to protect the fragile ecosystems of the islands. Be prepared to follow guidelines regarding wildlife interaction, waste disposal, and conservation practices.

  • Travel Insurance and Health Precautions: Consider purchasing travel insurance that includes coverage for medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and evacuations. Consult your doctor about any necessary vaccinations or medications for your trip.

  • Final Preparations: Double-check your bookings, pack your bags, and make any final preparations before departing for the Galapagos Islands. Ensure you have all necessary travel documents, including passports, tickets, and insurance information.

By following these steps and planning ahead, you can ensure a memorable and enjoyable tour of the Galapagos Islands, filled with unforgettable wildlife encounters, stunning landscapes, and enriching experiences.

Why go to the Galapagos Islands with Surtrek?

Surtrek has over 25 years of experience helping travelers find the best cruise for their particular needs. Based here in Ecuador, we personally inspect the quality of each and every yacht, cruise ship, lodge and hotel, in addition to confirming these facilities meet our environmentally friendly Green Philosophy standards. We sleep in the beds, rate the coffee and cuisine, get to know the guides, and yes, even do the “dirty job” of testing the cocktails onboard before we give a boat or hotel the thumbs up.Contact one of our expert Galapagos trip planners for help planning your once-in-a-lifetime trip to Galapagos.

Best Galapagos Cruises of the Season by Surtrek

Surtrek offers some of the best Galapagos cruises of the season, providing an unparalleled experience for exploring the unique biodiversity and stunning landscapes of the islands. Their meticulously curated itineraries include luxurious accommodations, expert-guided excursions, and opportunities for intimate wildlife encounters, ensuring an unforgettable adventure. With a commitment to sustainability and eco-friendly practices, Surtrek’s cruises cater to nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike, making them a top choice for a Galapagos journey.

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Explore the wonders of the Galapagos Islands through the lens of Surtrek’s vibrant travel blog. Join us on a virtual expedition to this natural paradise, where each post unveils the extraordinary beauty and ecological diversity of these iconic islands. From encounters with giant tortoises to snorkeling with colorful marine life, our blog captures the essence of Galapagos exploration. Immerse yourself in captivating narratives, stunning photography, and insightful conservation stories that showcase the fragile balance between humanity and the pristine ecosystems of the archipelago. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or an armchair adventurer, Surtrek’s blog is your gateway to experiencing the magic of the Galapagos from anywhere in the world.

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