Multi-activity in Galapagos

Make your Galapagos islands trip an adventure holiday to remember with a multi-activity tour of the islands’ highlights. 

The Galapagos are perfect for travellers who want to relax but also offer numerous excellent activities for the more energetic traveller. There are options to hike, mountain bike, swim, snorkel, dive and kayak in this remote, wildlife-rich archipelago. 

As you tour around the islands on your Galapagos trip, you will have guided daily excursions to the top sites and you will come up close to masses of amazing wildlife. In the warm Galapagos waters, you can dive, snorkel and swim with sea lions, sea horses, rays, myriad tropical fish and even sharks. On land, on short hiking trips, you have to tread carefully to avoid walking on the weird and wonderful marine and land iguanas, giant tortoises, red and blue-footed boobies, the Galapagos finch, the waved albatross and numerous other creatures. 

As well as gently wandering along Galapagos coastal paths, you can enjoy more demanding hiking. The volcanoes of Isabela offer a full day out and dramatic views over the steaming crater. Another active adventure is to mountain bike down the lush hillsides of Santa Cruz, enjoying changes of vegetation and eco-zones. Kayaking will allow you to explore remote beaches and many secluded bays and give a great view of the wildlife swimming in crystal clear waters below. 

A multi-activity Galapagos Islands trip caters for all interests. Activities such as hiking, diving, snorkelling, kayaking and biking can be organised to suit the level you like. Choose to join a small group guided Galapagos multi-activity tour, led by a professional top-quality naturalist guide, or let us design a bespoke tailor-made itinerary designed by us to match your travel dream. 

Whichever activities you prefer do get in touch for our suggestions for the perfect bespoke itinerary tailored to you. Prepare for an outdoor adventure holiday in the Galapagos archipelago, one of the most awe-inspiring destinations on earth. 

Do read our Galapagos Island Guide, our Galapagos Weather Guide and page about Diving in Galapagos. 

Also, check our blogs about avoiding seasickness, a typical day in Galapagositinerary advice and cruise vs hotel help. 

The trip was brilliantly well organised by yourselves. Everything worked as it should in that all transport arrangements were great and people appeared where they should and delivered more than we could have ever expected.

L. Power, Galapagos Multi Activity


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