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Royal Galapagos is the leader in the island's tourism market. Beginning in 2012 as a boat operator, and its fleet of quality yachts and catamarans in Galapagos continues to grow. Every day Royal Galapagos guests discover the wonders of untouched nature in the Galapagos Islands and enjoy the comforts of luxury travel while far away from stress. They are surrounded by the calmness and uniqueness that only our products and unique destinations can provide as they disconnect from the hardships of daily life and reconnect with what's really important: themselves, their loved ones, and the amazing world we have around us. We offer our customers a world of adventure aboard the most luxurious fleet of ships in the Galapagos Islands, helping travelers become one with nature. Along with the professionalism of our crews, exceptional service, and the close attention to detail we provide, Royal Galapagos guarantees an overall luxurious, personalized, comfortable, and above all, enjoyable experience while onboard.

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Crusing the Galapagos islands See colorful Frigatebird birds on your trip to the Galapagos Photographing a sealion on a Galapagos cruise Sunset view during Galapagos Islands cruise Alia cruising through blue waters Cactus on the hillside The Natural Paradise cruises the enchanted Galapagos Islands Going snorkeling in the Galapagos


When is the best time to visit Galapagos?

Galapagos is a place that can be visited at any time. There is two seasons, and the warmest is between December and May. It is the time of year when the sky is always clear, and the sun shines strongly. If you love to dive into amazing places, the best time to visit Galapagos is from June to November. During this season the weather is a little cooler, but it gives you the chance to enjoy the best from Galapagos' famous marine reserve.

Galapagos National Park and Marine Reserve Visiting Rules

Keep a distance of 2 meters from wildlife including the cameras.

Do not touch or feed the fauna.
Do not remove elements from the ecosystem.
Do not smoke, drink alcohol, or make campfires.
Walk on marked trails only.
Take pictures without flash. Professional shootings and drones need authorization.
Camp in designated sites prior authorization.
Use authorized sport fishing boats.
Do not introduce external elements to the ecosystem.
Do not use motorized watercraft, submarines, and air tourism.
*Failure to comply with these rules will result in sanctions.


Visit protected areas with a specialized guide.
Do not write on the landscape.
Use authorized tourism services.
Leave the classified trash in its place.


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Our guide and driver were very good with their knowledge and were very helpful with our questions. It was a very pleasant visit that would have been impossible to do on our own. Hotels and restaurants were fantastic. The special places we got to go to, like the kitchens, were great. Enjoyed the entire trip!
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