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Luxury Galapagos Tours and Cruises

Enjoy a luxury trip to the Galapagos, designed for you by the experts

Incredible, up-close wildlife encounters in this 'little world within itself'

Surely one of the most amazing places on Earth, the Galapagos Islands are perhaps the only place in the world where you can see wildlife so close up. The lack of large predators on the island group (which sits 600 miles from the Ecuadorian mainland) means that its iconic wildlife – giant tortoises, vibrant birdlife, inquisitive sea lions and so much more – are fearless of humans.

Charles Darwin first arrived in the Galapagos Islands aboard the HMS Beagle in the early 1800s. His findings on the difference between species in the Galapagos and on the mainland formed the basis of On the Origin of Species, one of the most influential pieces of scientific researchDarwin described the islands as a little world within itself and few who visit the Galapagos fail to be charmed by its incredible diversity.

Whether you’re planning a honeymoon aboard an intimate catamaran, want to explore from the base of a luxury lodge or safari style camp, looking to join an expertly staffed larger ship or embarking on an exclusive adventure on a fully private large charter, we will create the perfect trip for you. Our experts can talk you through the options to make sure you find the yacht or hotel that best suits your bespoke Galapagos tour.

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Need to Know

2:55 is the local time
US Dollar is the local currency
Quito is the capital city
Encebollado is Galapagos's national dish

WHEN TO GO

Being so close to the equator means temperatures don't vary much throughout the year, making the Galapagos Islands a great year-round destination.

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