Frigatebirds in Galapagos

Galapagos and Southern Highlands Map & Places to See

A superb combination of the magnificent scenery of Ecuador's southern highlands and the wildlife of the Galapagos.

17 days from £7450pp plus international flights.

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Places you will see

Our short destination guides below include details and images of some of the places you will visit on this safari.

Blue-footed booby, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador © Shutterstock

Galapagos Islands

Surely one of the best wildlife destinations in the world, where you can see unique species and walk among creatures unafraid of humans.

A muddy Galapagos tortoise © PCook

Iconic species of Galapagos

To be among birds and animals unafraid of man is an experience unique to the Galapagos Islands providing rare insights and memories to cherish.

Cycling in the Galapagos Islands © Maridav,Shutterstock

Activities in the Galapagos Islands

There are plenty of opportunities to be active in the Galapagos Islands. Enjoy short walks or hikes, kayaking and mountain biking amongst the varied scenery.

Dolphin in the Galapagos Islands © sharptoyou,Shutterstock

Galapagos Underwater

Discovering what lies beneath the ocean’s surface is enchanting: shimmering shoals of fish, sea lions, turtles and rays are all so graceful in this watery world.

Pahoehoe lava, Galapagos Islands © Shutterstock

Unique & unusual Galapagos

Island views, historic sites, lava flows, colour-changing weed and a harbourside feeding frenzy are among the more unusual things you’ll see in the Galapagos.

Vacquero on horseback in Cotopaxi National Park, Ecuador © SMedia,Shutterstock

Cotopaxi and Avenue of the Volcanoes

Cotopaxi, the highest active volcano in the world, is part of the famous avenue of volcanoes in Ecuador’s rural heartland, ideal terrain for hiking and horse riding.

Cuenca, Ecuador © Shutterstock

Cuenca and the Southern Highlands

The history and culture of the city of Cuenca combine with the natural beauty of Cajas National Park and the intriguing Inca ruins at Ingapirca.

Plaza de San Francisco in old town Quito, Ecuador © f11,Shutterstock

Quito

Ecuador’s capital has a lot going for it, grand colonial churches, expansive plazas, mountain views and easy access to the equator.

Guayaquil city, Ecuador © AFalcony,Shutterstock

Guayaquil and the Coast

Guayaquil is the largest city in Ecuador and a busy port. It is a convenient stop en-route to and from the Galapagos Islands and has plenty of recreation options.

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