EXPLORE THE

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Located approximately 900km from the continent, the Galapagos archipelago is the ideal place to reconnect with nature. Declared a national park in 1959, the Galapagos National Park and Galapagos Marine Reserve are home to countless species of land and marine animals that make this a unique and incomparable destination.
Due to its location on the equator, the Galapagos Islands maintain an average temperature of between 22 and 25 degrees Celsius, perfect for traveling throughout the year. Similarly, the Ikala Galapagos Hotel, with a central location in the city of Puerto Ayora, is the perfect place to stay while you discover the islands. Be enchanted by the landscapes, the species, and the intriguing history of the archipelago.

WILDLIFE

From giant tortoises to hammerhead turtles, the Galapagos Islands have become internationally famous for the amount of wild fauna and flora. They are not only distinguished by their biodiversity but also by their important historical contribution in the development of the famous Theory of Evolution carried out by the scientist and explorer Charles Darwin.
Discover the emblematic species of animals that live freely in the Galapagos Islands and also enjoy the best local hospitality. On your trip you will not only be relaxed in front of the ocean but you will also learn about the fauna, flora, and history of the islands while enjoying unique adventures and creating memorable experiences.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Explore our articles and blogs to learn more about the archipelago, receive important information for your trip and read our personal recommendations of the destination. Get ready to have a unique adventure and live memorable experiences.