The Galapagos Islands are one of the most vibrant biodiversity sanctuaries of the world. Home to some of the most unique species on the planet, complemented by the human history since the 16th century.
With a rich agricultural history dating back to the 1800s when coffee and sugar plantations were first cultivated, you´ll have the opportunity to taste organic, fresh products the fertile volcanic soil yields.
Community tourism is an alternative way to support local economies and encourage rural residents and artisans to share their ways of life with eager travellers. You will meet farmers and artisans and learn about their stories, while helping promote their development in the Galapagos business community and economy.