Located approximately 1,000km from the Ecuadorian coast, Galapagos is made up of 13 large islands, 6 small ones and 40 islets. Due to its unique Equatorial location, the archipelago has an incredible variety of marine life.
The Galapagos hold over 875 catalogued trees and plants, 400 fish species, 58 resident bird species, 22 resident reptiles and 16 resident mammal species, of which a large number are endemic.
Charles Darwin referred to the archipelago as a “natural laboratory”. His observations of the adaptation of the fauna and flora were crucial in discovering his theory of natural selection.
We offer a range of accommodation from economy class to first class yachts. Activities include hiking, boating, snorkelling and diving (upon request). The sample itinerary below will help you to plan your Galapagos trip according to your schedule. Tours range from four to eight days.