At Come To Galápagos, our success as trusted travel and tourism providers stems from our connections. We partner with a myriad of businesses and organizations, facilitating purpose-driven trips that support each other’s communities and sustainability initiatives. By teaming up with cafes, inns, dive tours, charters, tour guides, and beyond, we ensure that our visitors experience the heart of the Galápagos while creating opportunities to further your own journeys. Each partner is hand-selected, offering unparalleled quality and reliability for our visitors.
As we get to know you, understand your goals, and plan your trip, we depend on our local friends and partners to deliver unforgettable experiences and memories to last a lifetime. For this reason, we work with the full spectrum of partnering businesses to ensure that you get everything you want out of your trip and more. At the conclusion of your trip, you can take peace of mind knowing that our CTG proceeds directly benefit the fragile ecosystems, communities, and wildlife that make the Galápagos truly special.
We invite you to plan your trip, support our mission, and give back to our trusted friends and partners. Thank you for your support.
La Selva Lodge
Located within Ecuador’s Yasuní Biosphere Reserve and on the borders of the famous Yasuní National Park — one of the most biodiverse areas of the planet — La Selva Amazon Ecolodge and Spa was among the first Amazon rainforest lodges in Ecuador and today is still regarded as the premier eco lodge in the area. La Selva Lodge is perfect for travellers seeking their ideal Amazon experience — whether they are six or sixty. A luxury resort in the heart of the rainforest, everyone will find something to love.
The Galeodan Suites in Jardín de Helena
The Galeodan Suites are the centerpiece of “Jardín de Helena”, an exclusive and private development, in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, San Cristóbal, Galápagos, Ecuador. As part of Galeodanturis Cia. Ltda., a licensed national/international (“dual”) agency operating since 2008, Galeodan is wholly-owned and operated by the Keegan-Ricaurte family. Maria Elena and Sean Keegan, together with their sons, Daniel & Leonardo, focus primarily on activities in and around San Cristobal where they built and manage the Galeodan Suites and their Vivencial Fishing boat, Leodan.
Travels by MC
MC Gibbons is a Baltimore-based custom travel planner and listed as one of Condé Nast’s top travel specialists in 2020 and 2021. Whether it’s a multi-generational family trip to the Galápagos, an exciting tour of Europe, or a relaxing holiday vacation in the Caribbean, Ms. Gibbons will simplify your life with custom trip planning and execution. When she’s not working, Ms. Gibbons is both a volunteer and chair of an Equine Assisted Learning Facility in Maryland, working with autistic and emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, as well as those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Angel Villa defines what a man in his best form can be: taking care of his family first and adapting to changes in environment and circumstance. He has had more than his fair share of challenges, but he does not see them that way. He sees opportunity. He had a farm that wasn’t making enough money and turned it into a dairy farm. Instead of selling the milk, he made cheese and yogurt and oversaw the distribution of these products throughout the Galápagos. He was the first agriculturalist to give visitors a tour of his farm, creating the co-op between other farmers to market their coffee. He is lucky enough to be backed by his wife, sons and daughter. Angel Villa–come here and meet him.
The Isabela Beach House
The Isabela Beach House is the vision of owners Jaci and Ramon, two accomplished individuals championing quaity service in the Galapagos. Their tour operator Isabela Discovery is one of the first tour operators on Isabela Island, also recommended by Lonely Planet. As seasoned professionals, Jaci and Ramon are focused on providing their guests the best service possible and creating a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.
Green Coco Charters
Zavala Fisherman Family
To go fishing legally in the best and most beautiful waters in the Galápagos Marine Reserve requires authorization and licensure of both boats and its operators from the Galápagos National Park, otherwise known as Vivencial Fishing. Franklin Zavala is the son of a son of a fisherman in the Galápagos. His father has gone blind. His son has gone to college and invented a manner of marketing their livelihood by exporting Galápagos fish harvests to upscale markets. Franklin can be a little cranky, but his wife and sons are a little more even-keeled. Come here and meet them–not Franklin so much, unless you have a big tuna on the line, in which case there’s no finer man to be in a boat with. An afternoon with the Zavala’s is not only an exciting, exhilarating day of fishing followed by dinner with the family, but also a lively glimpse into the fisheries’ past, present and future. Pictured is Franklin’s son and the boat’s captain, Martin.
With Fly Galapagos by your side you can forget about everything and fly easily and comfortably. Find out how we make flying easy for our customers.
Our mission is and has always been to offer our clients, who travel by air transport, for business or pleasure, an exceptional experience, at the best price on the market. Building on the generational shift leveraged on digital growth, we aim even higher and continue to invest significantly in technology to enhance your experience with us.
At Fly Galapagos we offer a personalized and adapted service 24/7 to fly anytime, anywhere, on the most suitable business plane for your flight.
Semilla Verde Boutique Hotel
Here at Semilla Verde, we believe your experience in the Galapagos Islands should be as unique and natural as you are. So, we offer you the chance to stay somewhere far removed from your busy life and the standard hotel offering you may be used to. Giant tortoises visit the seasonal ponds on the property from August to March and native birds such as Darwin Finches, Yellow Warblers, Dark Billed Cuckoos and Galapagos Mockingbirds thrive in the lush green canopy all year round.