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Our Galapagos Islands Cruises and Ecuador Tours
Many travelers to Ecuador feel as if they have journeyed off the map. And that is exactly why we’re so enamored with it. On the mainland, highland forests are kissed by clouds and glaciers crawl past Andean peaks. Tiny villages of unimaginable charm are nestled in impossibly green valleys. Offshore, a living laboratory of creatures found nowhere else on earth thrives amidst a volcanic archipelago … and, like in a child’s storybook, show no fear of visitors.
These active lands warrant active exploration, and so Boundless Journeys has crafted unique outdoor itineraries that bring this astonishing country into sharp focus. Hike dramatic national parks, kayak in crystalline waters, or ride by horseback. Swim with sea lions and snorkel with penguins. You can even luxuriate on a deluxe Galapagos private charter. More than this, you’ll get to know the people of these sweeping lands during cooking classes and explorations of the most authentic markets in South America.
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS SPECIAL EVENT
If you would like to ring in the 2014/2015 New Year in the Galapagos Islands, join us for an exclusive Boundless Journeys charter, December 25, 2014 - January 4, 2015. For more details, visit our Galapagos New Year's Cruise Trip Page.
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Latest Blog Posts About Ecuador
"I have never had better guides on any trip, EVER! Many tour companies can show you the various Inca ruins. With Boundless Journeys, we also saw and learned about Peruvian culture in a very engaging manner."
- Rich Gleitsmann, Peru: The Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu