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The entrace fee to The Galapagos National Park and its Marine Reserve must be paid by all tourist entering the islands, please have in mind that Ecuadorian currency is US Dollars. Cash only.
Foreign tourists, non-residents of Ecuador over 12 years >> USD 100.00
Foreign tourists, non-residents of Ecuador under 12 years >> USD 50.00
CAN and MERCOSUR residents over 12 years >> USD 50.00
CAN and MERCOSUR residents under 12 years >> USD 25.00
Foreign students enrolled in national educational institutions >> USD 25.00
Ecuadorian residents over 12 years >> USD 6.00
Ecuadorian residents over 12 years >> USD 3.00
We recommend to pack:
· Bathing suit
· Comfortable clothes
· Flip flops
· Comfortable shoes
· Sun glasses
From June to November: the season dry-cold (the temperatures vary around 64° F .) it’s the season of showers. This is the best season for all the sea animals. Specially sea birds. From December to May: the raining, wet and warm season. (around the 86° F) it’s when the warm currents arrive to the islands. Is the best seaons for water activities and to see the turtles reproduction, either on the beach or in the sea.
You will need the following documentation:
· Valid passport
· Airline tickets
· Tour documents (voucher)
· Emergency contacts
· Copy of travel insurance policy
The only way to go to The Galapagos Islands touristically is by air. Actually there are three airlines, these are: LAN, TAME and AEROGAL; These airlines fly to and from Galapagos. The flights only depart from Guayaquil (GYE) and Quito (UIO) to Baltra and San Cristóbal and vice versa.
Please check their itineraries and disponibilities: