Opturga S.A. C. was created for those who seek to explore and understand one of the most natural and pristine ecosystems in the planet and brings visitors, from all over the world, to discover and appreciate the magic of these islands.
This land-based option explores pristine areas and allows you to walk off the beaten path in search of diverse wildlife, spend time swimming and snorkeling with amazing marine life in untouched bays and coves, as well as, learn about and support the local communities.
We offer both scheduled and custom designed tours for groups of friends, families, schools, corporate and more. You will have the opportunity to explore, up close, the fauna, flora and geology of different islands in the Galapagos and spend your nights in comfortable hotels in the local towns on each island.
We also offer site-seeing tours in Quito prior to your arrival to the Galapagos and can arrange for additional tours after your time in the Galapagos.
If you are already in Ecuador we can just offer you the Galàpagos portion.
We can also arrange your flights, reserve your last night accommodation in Quito.
Our rates include:
The rate does not include:
* All meals
* Accommodations (private bathrooms, air conditioning and hot shower)
* Bilingual naturalist guide
* Tour transportation
* Water, soda, juice and light snacks on board boat
* Snorkeling equipment
* Flights to and from Galápagos
* GNP Entrance Fee $100
* Isabella Island Tax $5
* Ingala Migration Control Card$10
* Alcoholic Beverages
* Horseback riding
HIGH-SEASON June 15 to Sep. 14 – November 1st to April 30
LOW-SEASON May 1st to June 14 – Sep. 15 to October 31st.
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