Galapagos

BIOMES

Grassland
Ocean

EXPERIENCE

Family
Honeymoon
Luxury
Intrepid
Photography
Birdwatching
Marine
Active
Cultural Conservation

SPECIES

Giant tortoise
Marine & land iguanas
Blue-footed booby
Galapagos penguin
Galapagos sea-lion
Galapagos fur seal
Flightless cormorant
Darwin’s finches
Waved albatross

BEST TIME TO VISIT

ALL YEAR

VISIT THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

The Galápagos Islands, an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean famous for its influence on Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection, remains a land seemingly untouched by time. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the islands are a sanctuary for unique and endemic species, from iconic giant tortoises and marine iguanas to blue-footed boobies and Darwin’s finches, that can be encountered during guided conservation tours and cruises, whilst hiking, snorkelling, diving, kayaking and more. Strict conservation measures ensure the islands remain a haven of azure waters and volcanic landscapes, and with an economy so largely supported by ecotourism, it is here that the positive impact of conscious travel can truly be felt.

Hosted journeys:
The Galapagos Islands

We are busy planning our first Hosted Journey to Galapagos, and look forward to sharing this with you very soon. In the meantime, please feel free to contact our team to arrange a bespoke journey to this beautiful region. 

Create your own
private journey to
Galapagos

Are you curious about our natural world? Bespoke journeys are entirely tailor-made to each guest, based on their interests, passions and practical travel plans. Speak to our specialist team to begin planning your private journey to The Galapagos Islands. 

Conservation
impact

Our Impact Pledge is our commitment to support the advancement of pioneering conservation projects through direct donations with every journey. In 2023, and our second calendar year, we raised and directed over $50,000 to grassroot conversation projects. We do this by created hosted and private conservation travel experiences in the Galapagos Islands and around the world. 

At a Glance: Fundación
Rewilding Argentina

1,850,000

…acres (or 750,000 hectares) of land protected.

264,000,000

…metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent sequestered.

370,658

…acres donated for new parkland creation.

OUR FOCUS - THE IBERÁ NATIONAL PARK:

This extraordinary wetland, the largest in Argentina, is home to 30% of the biodiversity in the country including endangered species such as the pampas and marsh deer, the maned wolf and grassland birds like the strange-tailed tyrant.

In 2005, what was to become one of the largest rewilding programs in the Americas was started, with the goal of restoring keystone species that had been extirpated from Iberá through hunting and habitat loss and were extinct in the region, the Province or, in some cases, the country. 

As the rewilding program developed, the cultural identity of Iberá began to recover alongside the ecosystems and natural processes, impacting a total population of 100,000 people who surround the park.

Today, Iberá stands as one of the world’s most successful ongoing conservation missions.