Baltra Island or South Seymour is a small island in Galapagos, located in the center of the archipelago, 1 km off the north coast of Santa Cruz Island. Its nickname is “The Gateway to the Galapagos Islands”, because ... More About Baltra

Bartholomew Island is an unpopulated small island, of 0.5 square miles, located in the center of Galapagos, on the east side of Santiago Island, and it is one of the most picturesque and visited islands of the archipelag... More About Bartholomew
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Darwin Island is one of the smallest islands in the Galapagos archipelago, measuring 0.4 square miles, and it was named in honour of the famous Charles Darwin, its most famous visitor. Located several miles north of Wolf... More About Darwin

Española Island is a relatively small island, of 23 square miles, to the southeast of the Galapagos archipelago, and it is considered to be one of the oldest islands, being approximately four million years old. It is al... More About Española

Fernandina Island is located on the western side of Galapagos and, at an age of less than 1 million years old, it is considered one of the youngest islands. Compared to other islands of the archipelago, Fernandina is a r... More About Fernandina

Floreana Island is a 67 square mile island located at the far south of the Galapagos archipelago, named in honor of Juan José Flores, Ecuador's first president. It is a shield volcano, formed as a result of a volcanic e... More About Floreana

Genovesa Island is a 5 square miles island in the northeastern part of Galapagos, shaped like a horse-shoe, a great destination on your itinerary on the Galapagos islands cruise. It is known for its geological variety, i... More About Genovesa

Marchena Island is an 80 square miles island in Galapagos, north of Isabela Island, and it is the largest of the Galapagos northern islands. It was named after the monk Fray Antonio de Marchena, one of the first visitors... More About Marchena
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North Seymour Island is a small 0.73 square miles island in the Galapagos archipelago, near Baltra Island and Santa Cruz Island, formed through the seismic uplifting of an underwater lava formation. It was named after Lo... More About North Seymour
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Pinta Island is a rather large island, at 23 square miles, in the northern part of the Galapagos archipelago. It is also known as Abingdon Island, its original name, given in honour of the Earl of Abingdon. The name Pint... More About Pinta
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Pinzón Island is a 7 square miles island in central Galapagos. It was named after the brothers Pinzon, who were captains of the boats Pinta and Nina, on Christopher Columbus' expedition to the new world. The main visito... More About Pinzón

Rábida Island, at 1.89 square miles, is one of the tiniest islands in the Galapagos archipelago, 4.5km south of Santiago Island. Initially called Jervis Island, after the British admiral John Jervis, it was later design... More About Rábida
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San Cristóbal Island is one of the oldest islands in Galapagos and it can be found in the easternmost part of the archipelago. It was named after Saint Christopher, the Catholic patron saint of sailors. It also has an E... More About San Cristóbal

Santa Cruz Island is a central island in the Galapagos archipelago and, at 381 square miles, it is the second largest after Isabela Island. Its name means Holy Cross in Spanish. It is a very developed island with easy ac... More About Santa Cruz

Santa Fe Island is a 9.3 square miles island, south east of Santa Cruz Island, estimated to be approximately 4 million years old, one of the oldest in the Galapagos archipelago. Geologically, the island differs from most... More About Santa Fe

Santiago Island is a central island in the Galapagos archipelago, north west of Santa Cruz Island. At 226 square miles, it is one of the larger islands. Its origin is volcanic and the island is actually made of two fused... More About Santiago

South Plaza Island is one of the tiniest islands in the Galapagos archipelago, at just 0.05 square miles. The island is unpopulated and it is located east of Santa Cruz Island. Its origin is not volcanic, but the result ... More About South Plaza
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Wolf Island is a 0.5 square miles island in Galapagos on the Wolf-Darwin volcanic ridge, north west of the main group of islands, 100 miles from Isabela Island. It was named in honour of Theodor Wolf, a German naturalist... More About Wolf

Guy Fawkes Island is located in the Galapagos archipelago, north-west of Santa Cruz Island, and it is actually comprised of two crescent-shaped islands and two rocks. Uninhabited, the island has a volcanic origin, and it... More About Guy Fawkes
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The Galapagos Islands are a group of volcanic islands forming the Galapagos archipelago, part of the Republic of Ecuador. The population on the islands is of approximately 25 000 people and the main language spoken here ... More About Galapagos Islands

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Bird Photography Tour: Ecuador Andean Choco & East Slope

Scheduled Group Departure 2023

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Price: $3,600 USD

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Tour details:

Length: 12 Days
Start / End city: Quito
Pace: Easy
Physical difficulty: Easy
Focus: Bird photography
Max group size: 6 photographers