Ecuador is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries in the world, with 1,600 species of birds and 25,000 species of plants, more than the total number of species found in North America.
Galapagos is the only place in the world where you can you see wildlife so unconcerned by the human presence. You can see giant tortoises in their wild and also being preserved, snorkel with nonchalant sea turtle and have face to face encounters with playful sea lions, watch the hilarious mating dance of the blue-footed boobies, or go scuba diving with schools of hammerhead and whale sharks.
And travel programs
Exclusive Ecuador offers upscale, personalized service to its guests. Their happiness, enjoyment and education are the cornerstones of the company’s reputation. Our aim is to exceed our client’s expectations in all aspects of our service. In addition, our approach to tourism and the local community is one of sustainability and responsibility. We have built close relationships with the peoples of all of the regions that we visit, and their co-operation and guidance is central to the success of our tours.
The Galapagos Islands or (Archipielago de Colon) is a province of Ecuador, located 600 miles (1000 km) west of the Ecuadorian continent on the Pacific Ocean. They lie directly on the Equator.
Ecuador is located in South America, its limits are: to the North with Colombia, East-south with Peru, an West the Pacific Ocean.
You can only check 20 kilos of luggage per person on board the flight to the Galapagos Islands. Notice that you can always leave some extra luggage at the hotel you are staying or at our office.
Payment may be made by international money order or bank deposit in our account in United States.
Not if you have US dollars. Ecuador has adopted US dollars as its official currency since 1999.
From North America and Europe there are daily flights to Quito and Guayaquil. We highly recommend LAN – ECUADOR, part of LAN – CHILE airlines from Europe (Madrid) and from United States (New York and Miami)
TAME and Aerogal, as domestic airlines have daily flights from Quito and Guayaquil to Baltra and San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands.
As soon as you decide to confirm your trip, a 20% deposit is required, and the balance is due 60 days prior departure.
We work with Tour Guides authorized and licensed by the Ecuador’s Ministry of Tourism, with many years of experience in cultural and adventure activities. And Naturalist highly experienced Tour Guides trained by the Ecuador’s Ministry of Agriculture and the Charles Darwin Station for the Galapagos Islands. They are all fluent in English ( and sometimes other languages).
– Bags / Totes
– One small day pack
– Casual attire for dining
– Long sleeved cotton shirts and T-shirts
– Fats drying slacks
– Wind breaker
– Sweater for cooler months
– Hat with a brim
– Bathing suits
– Walking shoes
– Thongs or Tevas
– Sunglasses with a strap
– Extra eye glasses / contact lenses
– Sun block lotion ( at least protection 15)
– Insect repellent
– Wetsuit (just for serious snorkeling, not needed from Dec to Jun)
– Grooming kit
– Personal medication
– Self-sealing plastic bag for electronic equipment
– Small notebook and pencil
– Sewing kit
– Camera and binoculars
– Camera gear
We are part of a wide network of luxury tourism companies