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Tailormade Galapagos Adventure


Itinerary

Itineraries on some departure dates may differ, please select.

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  • 1
    Depart UK

  • 2
    Arrive into Quito

  • 3
    Arrive at the Galapagos Islands

  • 4
    Las Tintoreras

  • 5
    Isabela Island

  • 6
    Fernandina Island

  • 7
    Santiago Island

  • 8
    Rabida Island and Chinese Hat Island

  • 9
    Santa Cruz Island

  • 10
    Quito

  • 11
    Fly to the UK

  • 12
    Arrive UK

Tour notes

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We have the following different versions of the Tailormade Galapagos Adventure tour available at present.

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Included meals 9 7 7
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Why book this tour

Ecuador's mainland climate varies according to altitude. The highlands are drier from June to September and are at their best from July to August with clearer skies caused by higher winds.The jungle has rain all year round but the wettest months are from April to June. The coast is especially hot, humid and wet from January to April.


The Galapagos climate is influenced by ocean currents. It is most popular to visit from December to May as the seas tend to be calmer, warmer for snorkelling, the sun shines and it is generally very hot with sudden showers. The temperature drops from June to November as the Humboldt current reaches up from the south bringing much richer seas and an increase in wildlife activity. However in August and September the sea and land temperatures drop, it is often cloudy and the sea is especially choppy (when many boats put in to dry dock).

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