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Galapagos Family Holidays

Galapagos Family Holidays

At Think Galapagos we are passionate about creating inspirational and fun adventure holidays for families.

Ecuador and Galapagos make for the most amazing family holiday as you’ll get the chance to experience some of the most unique wildlife on earth up close with your kids. Not only that but you’ll explore new landscapes, have adventures such as snorkelling, discover new cultures and share incredible new experiences together as a family, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

As parents with young children ourselves, we have travelled extensively in Ecuador and Galapagos with our family and understand what makes an exceptional family adventure holiday. We also understand the care and attention that is needed to create a holiday that is not only inspirational, but also suitable for all family members.

Here are some of our favourite photographs from our family trips over the years to Galapagos, at the top is the summer of 2018 when we were lucky enough to see a volcanic eruption on Isabela Island!

Other places in mainland Ecuador also make for outstanding family experiences and work very well as an add-on to a Galapagos cruise.  One of our favourite places is the cloud forest which is just 2 hours drive from Quito and provides lots of fun activities as well as wonderful wildlife.  One of our other favourites is the Amazon Rainforest which although it requires more travel offers exceptional wildlife experiences and of course the Andes, with the chance to hike and explore or even spend time as the guests of an indigenous family learning about their customs and way of life.

Responsible Tourism

Responsible tourism is at the heart of our operation. We passionately believe that sensitive wildlife tourism has a vitally important part to play in the conservation of the unique wildlife of Ecuador and Galapagos. For families, we believe this kind of tourism is immensely effective in educating children to appreciate wild animals in their natural environments, and showing them the importance of preserving those habitats for future generations.