One dash of Galapagos and a hint of gourmet produces this unique culinary tour of Darwin’s famed islands just off the coast of Ecuador! Explore this magical archipelago on foot, by boat or by kayak.
You will swim the clear Pacific waters and search for giant tortoises, sea lions and blue footed boobies. Discover local delicacies, shop in the markets, sample traditional barbecues, partake in cooking lessons and visit an organic coffee farm.
Dining in El Manzanillo, a small open-air restaurant, sitting beautifully among grassland and providing sweeping views
Kayaking Shark Bay to a small cove to hike a short trail along the Salinas of Punta Estrada, leading to a cliff over a pristine body of water trapped in big lava fissures—ideal for swimming
Preparing an Indonesian-style satay of young feral goat over a charcoal grill, accompanied by Gado Gado salad and Longton rice, folded in banana leaves; slicing fresh sashimi; indulging in marinated organic beef carpaccio; and shopping at a local farmers' market
Snorkelling around Santa Fe, an uninhabited island with a calm bay that's perfect for underwater adventures and hanging out with sea lions