Tour: 8-Day Galapagos Family Adventure Tour
- Snorkel with sea turtles, playful sea lions and amazing underwater life
- See the famous Galapagos giant tortoises in their natural habitat
- Kayak beautiful bays in the Galapagos
- Hike up an active volcano and one of the biggest calderas in the world
- Stay on the 2 inhabited islands and learn about the rich history and culture
- Option of visiting 1 uninhabited island
This 8-day Family Galapagos Adventure tour is packed with activities, staying on two of the inhabited islands of the Galapagos Archipelago, with the option of visiting a third uninhabited island. This is the perfect tour for your family if you’re looking to explore the Galapagos Islands in an active, educational and fun way on a budget.
The Galapagos land tour will keep your family busy, snorkeling at Los Tuneles, hiking Sierra Negra Volcano and kayaking in a bay off the coast of Isabela Island. While this is an active adventure, it is suitable for children, parents and grandparents who want to experience the wonders of the Galapagos Islands on a family vacation. You can expect to be immersed in the curious and amazing wildlife each day and have the chance to connect with the inhabitants of the Galapagos during your free time exploring the towns of Puerto Ayora and Puerto Villamil.
Lounging sea lions, gliding rays and plenty of tropical fish and sea turtles may greet you in the water, while the lava lizards and iguanas will entertain you on land. If you’re seeking a trip that offers a mix of adventure and culture, and that will provide your family with lifelong memories, this is for you. Each island you visit has a historical site worth seeing to learn about the human history of the Galapagos and the importance of sustainable tourism in this fragile environment. The Interpretation Center on San Cristobal, the Breeding Center on Isabela and the Charles Darwin Station on Santa Cruz will help you gain a deeper understanding of some of the most unique Galapagos animals – giant tortoises!
Optimizing your time in the Galapagos, you can expect to visit a range of ecosystems from beachside mangroves to lush forests in the highlands. As busy as this Galapagos tour is, you’ll still have enough free time for souvenir shopping and relaxing beach time. But if go-go-go is more your style, then optional family activities like exploring an uninhabited island or surfing may be of interest!