In this blog, we are absolutely going to toot our own horn. We’ve been receiving requests from customers that lost their reservations through other agencies…
The good news is that on July 1st the Ecuadorian government is opening its doors to national and foreign tourists to the Galapagos Islands.
A common concern among travelers to the Galapagos is whether their itinerary is realistic, given the timeframe, tours and transport schedule between islands.
If you’re traveling to the Galapagos Islands, make sure to save enough money to stay for a longer stretch of time (9-14 days).
Persons exhibiting symptoms that align with those of coronavirus (COVID-19) will not be admitted entry to the Galapagos Islands.
The Galapagos governing council has approved an amendment to Article 48 detailing the regulation of immigration and residency for the Galapagos Islands special scheme.
The Galapagos Islands has a large number of beaches that I’ve had the pleasure of exploring.
If you’re planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands, I strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance and travel cancellation insurance.
The most common questions that travelers ask before going to the Galapagos Islands are: Which are the best islands to visit in the Galapagos? What are the most popular tourist destinations in the Galapagos?
The city of Quito has become a popular tourist destination in the last few years. Many travelers on their way to the Galapagos decide to take a few days to visit this Ecuadorian capital
I’ve been fortunate enough to have traveled to the Galapagos Islands many times and in different ways: as a couple with my wife; as a family with my cousin and her 6-year-old son and also as a solo traveler.
You must understand the dynamics of the Galapagos Islands to optimize your time, money and experiences.