No matter whether you’re an adventure traveler or a complete novice, our activities are suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Each activity is led by professional, capable, and certificated guides. The guides will make sure you feel comfortable and confident before beginning the tour.
You’ll have a fun and safe experience every single time.
This is the list of the climbing gear is included in all our tours:
This is the list of equipment that is Not Included and is available for rent:
If you want to rent this equipment feel free to let us know.
Most of the travelers that come to perform climbing activities in Ecuador are from sea level cities, so it is recommended that you take at least 3 to 5 days to acclimatize before you climb the biggest volcanoes as Cotopaxi, Chimborazo or Cayambe.
Contact our travel experts to see what acclimatizing tours you can take depending your climbing experience.
Since Ecuador is located in the equator line of the planet, our country has pretty much the same weather all year long. For climbing activities is recommended to avoid the months from February to May due to the rainy season.
No, If you are from the following countries you don´t need a visa to visit around Ecuador, although you are allow to stay a maximum of 90 days.
If your country is not in the list please contact us.
For more related information please visit the World Health Organization website
The Galapagos National Park requires all foreign visitors over of 12 years old to pay an entrance fee of USD 100; anyone under 12 pays USD 50. Additionally, there is a USD 20 transit control card required to travel to the Galapagos. This card can be acquired at either one of the airports in Guayaquil or Quito.
Funds from this entrance fee are used to finance the conservation of the Galapagos Islands and numerous other ecological and social initiatives in the archipelago.
No. The 90-day tourist visa you receive upon arriving in Ecuador is all that’s needed. Please keep in mind that your passport must still have a minimum 6-months of validity to be allowed into the country.
No. Galapagos has no known endemic tropical diseases. Occasional health situations around the globe may require them, however please click for further information.
Animals in the Galapagos are known to be unafraid of human presence, making it possible for visitors to get close to them. Nevertheless, Galapagos National Park regulations require visitors to stay on the marked paths and within the visitor sites so as not to disturb animals and nests.
There is treated water on most of the inhabited islands, but it is not drinkable. Some hotels and most ships produce clean water through a desalinization process. Inhabitants and visitors usually drink bottled or filtered water and use this same water for personal hygiene.
The less you carry the more enjoyable & untroubled your tour will be. Keep in mind the limit of 50 pounds per person is enforced by airlines & not the lodge you will be visiting, this is s list of items you should take:
Yes, from a child perspective the Amazon has endless opportunities to learn about wildlife and nature, so if your kid is a nature lover this is the place to be. It is best if you speak with your Travel Expert and provide as much details as possible to your particular case, we will be able to assess and recommend a lodge that will be equally enjoyable for both your younger ones and traveling adults.
No, even in the most luxurious lodges you may at times see small bugs or insects in your lodge or cabin, this is an inevitable situation, after all you are in the Amazon but don´t worry they are more scared of you than you should be of them.
All lodges in the Amazon have some kind of electrical source (Solar Panels or Generators), this doesn’t mean you will have electricity in your cabin with outlets. Lodges will usually have an electrical common area where you can charge your electric devices at a certain schedule during the day.
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Gulliver Expeditions is a tour operator that offers unique Ecuador and Peru tours. Specialized in adventure travel such as climbing, mountain biking and horseback riding. We offer both pre-planned packages as well as tailor-made tours that can include the Amazon rainforest, once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos cruises and expeditions to Machu Picchu.
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