EQ4 Ecuador & GalapagosNEW SEARCH
Guided colonial Quito tour; Four-night luxury Galapagos cruise; Exciting guided shore excursions; Condor spotting in Cajas National Park; Beautiful, colonial Cuenca; Ingapirca Inca ruins
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Tue 20 Jan 2015||Sun 01 Feb 2015||$3890|
|Tue 24 Feb 2015||Sun 08 Mar 2015||$3890|
|Tue 21 Jul 2015||Sun 02 Aug 2015||$3890|
|Tue 20 Oct 2015||Sun 01 Nov 2015||$3890|
|Tue 27 Oct 2015||Sun 08 Nov 2015||$3890|
|Tue 19 Jan 2016||Sun 31 Jan 2016||$3890|
|Tue 23 Feb 2016||Sun 06 Mar 2016||$3890|
|Tue 19 Jul 2016||Sun 31 Jul 2016||$3890|
|Tue 18 Oct 2016||Sun 30 Oct 2016||$3890|
|Tue 25 Oct 2016||Sun 06 Nov 2016||$3890|
Optional Single Supplement: $1800 (number of singles limited).
Striking a balance between exploration of the natural and man-made worlds, we split our 13 days in South America by experiencing a taste of ancient civilisations and contemporary culture in Ecuador and a unique nature that has enjoyed uninterrupted evolution since before humankind first arrived. There exists no rival to the biodiversity and ecological variety boasted by the islands of the Galapagos archipelago and each day we spend rambling over lunar landscapes and sauntering on red beaches finds us viewing -- and interacting with -- colourful new species of flora and fauna and discovering new worlds seemingly leagues away from our own. In Ecuador, we spend time touring the Spanish colonial centres of the capital, Quito, with its ornate churches, palaces and cathedrals and we'll have the unique opportunity to cross between two hemispheres as we step over equatorial line. Cuenca, considered Ecuador's most beautiful city, is worthy of a couple of days' exploration and our visit to Ingapirca in the Canar Valley takes us to the country's most important Inca site.
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