HOW TO GET THERE

HOW TO GET THERE

If you have already made up your mind to visit the Galapagos Islands, the next step is deciding how to get there. Once you have set the days you will Destine to visiting Ecuador, is time to make arrangements. Although it is not a difficult task, you will have to check for flight alternatives prior your vacations. Even if you are an experienced traveller, a  wanderlust driven enthusiast or a nature lover, a little research about this UNESCO World Heritage Site will set the pace for a pleasant and joyful stay.

Given that the Galapagos is a National Park, Ecuadorian authorities take a few more precautions when it comes to visitors. For instance, international flights do not go directly to the Islands: tourists have to make a stopover at mainland airports where security measures are taken. First, consider booking an international flight to either Jose Joaquin de Olmedo Airport, in Guayaquil, or Mariscal Sucre Airport, in Quito.
Whether it is from the country main port or from the capital, the experience of communing with nature will ultimately be the same. All the more, This brief detour will bring you the pleasing opportunity of getting around another Ecuadorian city on the same visit.

600 MILES TO PARADISE 

Commercial Flights

If you travel from Quito it is very likely that you will make a stop in Guayaquil and the flight will take up to two and a half hours. Guayaquil flights are direct due to the proximity of location. We suggest to book commercial one day prior yacht expedition, the comercial flights depart in the morning.

Private Flights

If you travel private we can assist you by putting you in contact with the direct jet handlers. There are several regulations you must know in advance prior getting to Galapagos but we will walk you through them.

Given that the Galapagos is a National Park, Ecuadorian authorities take a few more precautions when it comes to visitors. For instance, international flights do not go directly to the Islands: tourists have to make a stopover at mainland airports where security measures are taken. First, consider booking an international flight to either Jose Joaquin de Olmedo Airport, in Guayaquil, or Mariscal Sucre Airport, in Quito.
Whether it is from the country main port or from the capital, the experience of communing with nature will ultimately be the same. All the more, This brief detour will bring you the pleasing opportunity of getting around another Ecuadorian city on the same visit.

600 MILES TO PARADISE

Commercial Flights

If you travel from Quito it is very likely that you will make a stop in Guayaquil and the flight will take up to two and a half hours. Guayaquil flights are direct due to the proximity of location. We suggest to book commercial one day prior yacht expedition, the comercial flights depart in the morning.

Private Flights

If you travel private we can assist you by putting you in contact with the direct jet handlers. There are several regulations you must know in advance prior getting to Galapagos but we will walk you through them.

It´s always recommendable to book the flights through Galapagos Luxury Charters or a local company, bearing in mind that commercial airlines give priority to the local industry. Lastly, you get to this wildlife-filled destination at two airports, you will either arrive at Baltra or San Cristóbal Islands. It Will only depend on your yacht charter itinerary, you could even use one for arrival and other for departure. Upon arrival, let our crew provide you with their qualified guidance gained by over ten years service experience and enjoy this once in a lifetime encounter with nature.

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Calle Alsacio Northia s/n e Isabela

San Cristobal - Ecuador

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