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Trips to the Galapagos Islands

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A Starting Point Itinerary

Day 1:

  • Overnight flight via Ecquador to the Galapagos - Puerto Ayora Island

Day 2:

  • While in Puerto Ayora hike through the Sana Cruz Highlands to see the amazing variety of flora and fauna on display.

  • Visit the Tortoise Reserve and lunch with the giant tortoises.

  • Head to the Charles Darwin Station for a visit and enjoy the wonderful Tortuga Bay beach in the afternoon.


Day 3:

  • Take a day cruise to Bartolome, North Seymour and/or Plazas to see why Charles Darwin found these islands so riveting.

  • Come up close to the local sea lion and penguin colonies, look at the land formation and the resulting plant life. Bring STEM to life with your students. 

  • Taste the fabulous local cuisine at one of the many local eateries.

Day 4:

  • Top off the whole trip with a jaunt to the Isabela Islands. Ride horses up the Sierra Negra Volcano and take the opportunity to see the active volcano in action.

  • Lunch back down at the summit

  • Finish the day with snorkeling before heading back to Puerto Ayora.

Day 5:

  • Depart for home

Our Prices Include:

  • All admissions, taxes, fees, tips and 24-hour on-call support

  • Round-trip airfare, ferry, and all ground transportation abroad

  • Five overnight stays in a centrally located hotel

  • Five breakfasts and five dinners

  • Full time tour director to accompany the group

  • Price based on 25 students and 2 free chaperones

  • Want to add another island? No problem! Contact us for details

And Now for Something Completely Different

Your visit to the Galapogos Islands can also include a full Spanish language immersion while doing two days volunteer work for the Darwin Station or at the Nation Parks. Alternatively a Master Class in local cuisine could be on the cards for students to try their hand at cooking local delicacies.


The world is there to experience - let us take you there!

Specialty Itineraries

Due to the history of the Galapagos Islands with their close ties to Charles Darwin and their natural amazing ecosystem, any trip here is STEM rich but should you want to tailor the trip even more - just ask!

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