US Travel Writer, Kimberly Bloom, travelled to the Galapagos Islands with her family. Here, she writes about her trip giving the top handful of reasons why it should be your next family destination.
Here, in the second of a series of posts designed to introduce you to some of our key personnel, we spend a bit of time getting to know Estuardo Vilela, chef on board the Theory.
Which Itinerary is best?
Trying to explain the differences between these two itineraries is like trying to explain the beauty of a rose or an orchid.”
If you love eating fresh, organic, locally sourced cuisine and thrive on sampling new foods from far away lands, then our Culinary Cruise this October is for you.
In the Galapagos Islands, it’s obvious who the main stars of the show are. But what about those back stage?
Back in 2015, Ecoventura were proud to be the first Galapagos boat operator to offer their guests the unique opportunity to participate in activities involving Ecology Project International (EPI), and each year since we have continued to support this phenomenal organisation.
Earlier this year in April on the itinerary B, Ecoventura had the pleasure of hosting native New Yorker Matt Dutile – renowned travel, hospitality and lifestyle photographer on board Theory. This was Matt’s second cruise with Ecoventura and he has shared his thoughts on his Galapagos experience. Scroll down to admire the shots he captured […]
Today is World Turtle Day, a fantastic initiative sponsored by American Tortoise Rescue, and a celebration which is very close to our hearts here at Ecoventura.
The trickiest part of planning a visit to the Galapagos Islands can simply be “Which month do I pick to travel?”
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans,” says the famous John Lennon quote, delivering a gentle warning to day dreamers. In life, there are people who do things, and people who talk about doing things: Rebecca Rothney heads up the “just do it” camp. We sit down with the inspirational […]