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Galapagos Running Adventure
and Sierra Negra Volcano Galapagos Marathon & Half Marathon

Galápagos National Park and Cajas National Park

Land cost per person: From $3,025
10 Day Running Adventure
(No camping)

May 2 to May 11, 2014Departure has closed!
April 10 to April 19, 2015

$500 Internal flights (Guayaquil-San Cristobal/Baltra-Guayaquil)

$150 Internal flight (San Cristobal-Isabela)

$100 Galapagos National Park entrance fee

$10 Galapagos Tax

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Kicker Rock, San Cristobal Island

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Galapagos Highlights

Follow in the footsteps of Darwin and explore the magnificent Galapagos Islands.

Run and hike in the highlands of Santa Cristobal and Isabela Islands.

Run the Sierra Negra Volcano Galapagos Marathon on Isabela Island..

See unique wildlife such as giant tortoises, iguanas and blue-footed boobies.

Enjoy snorkeling in the San Cristobal and Isabela Islands.

Stay in fine hotels and enjoy delicious meals – no camping!

Compare our adventures and prices with other well known companies. You will find that we offer unsurpassed value without compromising the quality of our trips in any way.

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Land cost from $3,025 including ground transportation in Ecuador, quality hotels, most meals, guided tours. See our FAQ and the detailed itinerary for complete information.

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Blue-footed Booby

Galápagos National Park is located in the Pacific Ocean 600 miles west of mainland Ecuador. About 20 million years ago, deep sea volcanoes caused multiple eruptions that created the Galapagos archipelago. The Galapagos Islands consist of a cluster of over 60 islands and islets.

Charles Darwin explored the Galapagos in 1835 and was amazed by the number of unique species in the different islands that led him in 1859 to the publication of the “Origin of the Species” which changed the course of modern evolutionary thought.

This exciting land-based program offers a great value in the archipelago. Our unique adventure is an ideal way to explore these remarkable islands and visit areas not visited by the traditional boat tours — and at the end of every night you will sleep in a comfortable hotel.

We will run in the highlands of San Cristobal Island and Santa Cruz highlands where we will see giant tortoises in their own habitat and will run the Sierra Negra Volcano Galapagos Marathon on Isabela Island.

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Giant Tortise

With our English-speaking naturalist guides, we will learn about the natural history of these islands and the fascinating species such as tortoises, marine and land iguanas and the diving blue-footed boobies. There are no predators and the wildlife has no fear of humans, which makes the wildlife viewing amazing.

We finish our adventure with a visit of Cuenca, the Llaviuco Valley, Cajas National Park, the Manglares-Churute reserve and Guayaquil. We will have two additional runs on the mainland.

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The Galápagos Hiking Adventure (May 2 to May 11, 2014) is held at the same time and overlaps with the Galápagos Running Adventure. It is possible for one person to participate in the Running Adventure and another in the Hiking Adventure and spend every night together.

The running and hiking programs are identical with the exception of the optional Galápagos Marathon on day 6. It is also possible to do either the hike or the run on any day.

We can accommodate your choice! Check with us for details!


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