Galapagos & Ecuador

There is truly nowhere else on Earth like the Galapagos Islands: a world without human threat nor predators for many of its residents slowly evolved for ages over 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador.

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Today, humans are present and with them come threats. A lot has changed in terms of tourism in the Galapagos in the last decade, and the Travel Gurus will help you navigate the options with ease. Active, land-based adventures, safari-style tented camps, luxury motor yachts, and even family-friendly options are all available and mean that the Galapagos really does have something for everyone. Vetting experiences and accommodations for quality standards can be a challenge, to say the least, without a Travel Guru.

On the mainland, Ecuador offers colonial architecture and UNESCO World Heritage sites, authentic culture, delicious cuisine, historic haciendas in Otavalo, dense rain and cloud forests in Mindo filled with myriad bird species. While Ecuador doesn’t boast the renowned Inca ruins that Peru offers, many travelers find the undiscovered feel of Ecuador’s highlands to be incredibly peaceful and welcoming.

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