CLASSIC IS ALWAYS BETTER
Most popular tour for CLASSIC nature loving travelers on a fast paced schedule.
Superior & Premium
Hand-picked Hotels Included.
Explore up to 5 different Islands.
Discover uninhabited Islands on
Meals as Itinerary
Pick up/Drop off (from airport)
Face to Face
Itineraries "Short & Sweet" Tour
3 Day Itinerary
D1) Pick up from airport + Transfer to Santa Cruz Island + Visit to the Lava Tunnels + Visit to a Ranch to see Giant Galapagos Tortoises on their Natural habitat + PREMIUM Dinner + Accommodation (Superior or Premium)
4 Day Itinerary
5 Day Itinerary
Relax on untouched uninhabited Islands surrounded by white sand beaches and endemic wildlife. Walk inside naturally made volcanic tunnels. Snorkel amongst sea lions and sharks. Enjoy the beauty of this majestic archipelago.
We have Hand-Selected and visited each of these hotels. We guarantee by personal and professional experience that you are getting the best service for each price range.
As Galapagos specialists we offer you the best price possible. Hand-picked services, hotels and tours for every budget.
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Prepare for your Galapagos Trip!
Make sure you know what climate is going to be in Galapagos before you pack! Check out our Month to Month Climate Description of Galapagos: ---------------------
From December to May (warmer period): bring light clothing, a light sweatshirt, backpack, good camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, a light raincoat or umbrella for rain showers, a sun hat, and sandals. When going hiking on highlands and volcanos, you need a warmer sweatshirt, a raincoat, and hiking shoes.
From July to November (cooler period): bring light clothes, backpack, good camera, a sweatshirt or sweater and a light jacket. When going hiking on highlands and volcanos, you need a warmer sweatshirt, a raincoat, and hiking shoes.
Optional items: Dry bags to put your clothes in. If you have, bring on your binoculars with you.
It has a tropical and semi arid climate. It tends to be a rainy and hot season from December to May. From July to November it tends to be a cooler, dry and cloudy season with daytime temperatures around 24/25 °C.
Galapagos landscapes are desolate, except in the highlands, which receive more abundant rainfall. Although in the Equator, Galapagos tends to have a cooler climate because of the multiple currents that pass through.
Night temperatures are pleasant and fresh at around 18/19 °C but can get cold during rainy nights. The average yearly humidity is: 79.0%, with an average of 5.1cm of rainfall a year (in highlands). The month where it most rains is in March.
Galapagos is one of the safest places in Latin America, but its always recommended to have travel insurance and be aware of your belongings. It's also always Smart to have sunscreen on hand, since skin care is important especially in the Equator.
Why travel with us?
We are a small local D.M.C. travel company made up of eco-business travel addicts with deep local knowledge, international service and love for nature. As specialists of Galapagos and Cuyabeno Reserve, we can offer our clients the best prices and services for your budget.
Deeply committed to helping our planet stay green, traveling with us makes your travel a smarter and more gratifying adventure.
Why choose Us?
Galapagos Trip & Cuyabeno Advisor Specialists
Truly personal service & advise
We plant up to 70 trees for each Galapagos guest
We have lived Galapagos and know by personal experience the best hotels, islands and services.
We accept credit card payments with the lowest fee (2.9%)
Local knowledge - International service
Lowest Price Guarantee
Free Galapagos & Cuyabeno travel planner
Carefully Hand-Selected Lodges
50% of our clients are referrals from past clients.
Hundreds of Smart & happy clients.
Fast response and availability check.
Frequently asked questions
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How much do classes cost for Dentists?
Before September 1st
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