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A family adventure holiday to Ecuador gives you the opportunity to experience Inca culture and bustling markets, as well as dense jungle and snow-capped volcanoes. The Galapagos Islands, 1,600 kilometres from the mainland, are perfect for spotting wildlife – both on land and sea.

You could enjoy experiences like these

  • Meet the giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands
  • Snorkel alongside sealions
  • Visit Quito’s Old Town

Travelling to Ecuador and the Galapagos with children is definitely to be recommended! From kayaking with sea turtles to body surfing with penguins.

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Our Holidays to Ecuador & The Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Family Cruise

Young boy watching iguana on beach in Galapagos Islands

See your child come face to face with friendly wildlife as they learn about the Galapagos Islands' unique species on this fabulous island-hopping tailor made family adventure.

Prices from: £3,699 per adult, £2,799 per child
  • Duration: 10 days
  • Ideal for ages: 6+
  • Itinerary type: Trip idea
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  • Wildlife & Nature

Ecuador & Galapagos Explored

Boy taking photograph of iguana in the Galapagos Islands

Visiting three of the Galapagos Islands, this fabulous tailor made family itinerary will inspire young wildlife enthusiasts. Explore one of the world's greatest destinations by kayak, bike and on foot.

Prices from: £4,299 per adult, £4,299 per child
  • Duration: 13 days
  • Ideal for ages: 8+
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  • Cultural Discovery
  • Wildlife & Nature

Discover More About Ecuador & The Galapagos Islands

Ecuador packs a range of family-friendly attractions into a relatively small space. You could be haggling in the colourful markets of Quito one moment, then heading to the Andes to view snow-capped volcanoes the next.

The Galapagos Islands are teeming with wildlife, many not found anywhere else in the world. This is where you will find giant tortoises.

Quito’s Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is full of beautiful architecture and colonial monuments. Not far away, lies the Ecuadorian Amazon, with a huge diversity of wildlife and traditional communities.

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