Island hopping the Galápagos
Island hopping in the Galápagos Islands, also known as land-based tours, offers intrepid travellers a unique way of unveiling the magic of the enchanted islands without the constraints of a cruise and predetermined experiences. The Galápagos archipelago is comprised of an extensive variety of islands (13 major islands – ranging in area from 14 to 4,588 km2 (5.4 to 1,771 mi2), plus a handful of islets and rocks), some separated by great distances and offering ample exploration opportunities.
Proposing a more accessible and agile experience; how you plan your island hopping adventure is completely up to you. Hoppers can relax on untouched uninhabited islands surrounded by white sand beaches and endemic wildlife, walk inside naturally made volcanic tunnels, snorkel amongst sea lions and sharks, all the while marvelling at the beauty of the majestic archipelago.
Combine your island hopping journey with an overnight on land, get to know the local people, and enjoy the charming island towns, while taking daily tours and excursions to the most acclaimed visitor sites.