Plans, trips and tour packages to Galapagos

Islas Galapagos

4 días - Tortugas, iguanas y leones marinos

  • Islas Galapagos

An amazing chain of volcanic islands that house unique and fascinating species, you can not miss the place that inspired Darwin to formulate his theory of evolution. Turtles, birds, sea lions and much more.

The operation of the tours in Galapagos, is subject to space availability and in exchange for itineraries, departure days, etc. For climatic, operational and logistical conditions. The number of visits to be made is guaranteed, but not the specific itinerary or place of visit.

Select an experience according to your needs:

Comfort
Normal
Travel Style
Vida y Naturaleza
Physical effort
Mínimo
Easy to get
Medio
Duration
Corto
Sustainability
Nivel 2

Learn more about our Classification of Nature Experiences

Wildlife observation is possible all year round. The months include:

  • January: Galápagos tortoise eggs hatch.
  • April: the conditions for diving are optimal.
  • May: Blue-footed boobies perform elaborate mating dances, which include exhibits their brightly colored feet.
  • Weather conditions:

Expect warm weather all year round, but the rain will probably be between July and September.
Between December and June, expect warmer, calmer waters and better visibility underwater.

  • Rates subject to change without prior notice and availability at the time of booking.
  • After the issuance of the tickets if you want a change, this generates a penalty and a difference in the fare according to each airline.
  • Rates expressed in American dollars.
  • The change of currency applies the day you make the payment.

Travel Insurance included in this tourist package

Don´t forget to read our Cancellation Policy and the Service Policy included in all our tourist packages


Learn more about this experience:

Price: $ 3.600.000 COP
per person

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