A New World Awaits Within the Galápagos
Do More than Visit the Galápagos Islands
Catering Activities to Your Needs
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to embrace the full Galápagos experience. That’s why we work diligently to understand your circumstances and provide support for food allergies, physical conditions, and more.
San Cristobal Beach
Enrich Your Life with a Trip to the Enchanted Islands
With 13 major islands and 7 minor islands to visit, there are endless adventures to be had throughout the archipelago. Trek through Darwin Island amidst world famous finches and mockingbirds. Watch playful sea lions as they frolic around San Cristobal Island. Behold as Galápagos turtles slowly graze, nap, and bask in the sunlight on Santa Cruz Island. As you island hop throughout this naturalist paradise, you’ll feel a subtle, spiritual calling that points you toward your favorite island.
The Galápagos Islands are a rich cultural melting pot with a population of 25,000 community-oriented inhabitants. As part of the Republic of Ecuador, the Galápagos official language is Spanish.
The Islands are a dream vacation for conservationists, biologists, and everyday tourists alike, housing rare species, distinct flora, expansive coastal views, pristine beaches, and more.
Commonly frequented by sailors, explorers, and naturalists like Charles Darwin, the Galápagos has a bold history where visitors can discover incredibly personal, moving experiences.
To learn more about the archipelago, its rich history, and ongoing conservation efforts, visit the Galapagos Conservancy.
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos features some of the world’s freshest seafood, offering exquisite specialties such as ceviche, encebollado, encocados, lobster (according to season), and more.
Iconic Galápagos Landmarks
CTG adventures feature an enchanted, personalized experience for each visitor. At the same time, the following marvels are a must-see for any trip to be truly complete.
As the largest tortoise species and longest living vertebrates on earth, Galápagos Giant Tortoises are spectacular creatures. They are also the island’s namesake, as Galápago means saddle in old Spanish and refers to the tortoise shell.
Los Tuneles on Isabela Island
Forged thousands of years ago, Los Tuneles on Isabela Island are home to countless wildlife species, offering breathtaking snorkeling views amidst crystal clear water. These underwater lava tunnels are shallow, providing a close look at one of the world’s most amazing geological creations.
León Dormido (Kicker Rock) in San Cristóbal
Accessible by boat, León Dormido (also known as Kicker Rock) in San Cristobal is a massive geological formation in the middle of nowhere that derives its namesake from its appearance: a sleeping lion. The imposing cliffs, towering rock face, and impressive nearby snorkeling are truly spectacular.
North Seymour Island
Covered in unique vegetation, resting sea lions, rare bird species, and land iguanas, North Seymour Island is a thriving ecosystem of Galapagos wildlife, offering a picture-perfect day trip to animal lovers and naturalists alike.
Twin Craters (Los Gemelos)
For hiking enthusiasts with an affinity for genuine, thriving wildlife, the journey to the Twin Craters is truly breathtaking. Originally formed by collapsing magma chambers, the craters are now covered by lush forest and greenery.
The Wall of Tears (El Muro de las Lágrimas)
A cultural icon, The Wall of Tears was constructed by hand from exiled prisoners hauling sharp, heavy lava rocks. Many locals believe that an ominous energy can still be felt in the presence of the wall today.
Itineraries to Inspire You
With so much to do, where to begin? We’ve put together some sample itineraries that provide a starting point for you to be inspired and design your trip.
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International airfare is generally arranged by our guests as they prefer to use frequent flyer miles or credit cards. American and United airlines have the lion’s share of flights to Ecuador from the US routed through Houston or Miami.
Booking and Cancellation Policies
Payment is due upon confirmation of the tour date. Initial deposit is one half of the tour cost. Final payment is due no later than 75 days prior to your tour date.
Please be advised that tour guides and accommodations are limited; travelers are encouraged to reserve space early.
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Cancellations and Credits
If you must cancel your trip, you must do so in writing.
One (1) to thirty (30) days prior to your trip, no refunds or credits will be given.
Cancellations more than 30 days before your trip will be granted the full amount of your deposit or final payment as credit towards a future trip with us. We do not charge a cancellation fee.