How long is the flight from Ecuador to the Galapagos Islands?

Kicker Rock, San Cristobal, Galapagos Islands

Flights to the Galapagos depart from either Quito or Guayaquil.  In most cases, it is the same flight that begins in Quito and stops in Guayaquil.  The flight from Quito to Guayaquil is 30 minutes.  The stopover in Guayaquil takes about 30 minutes to pick up other passengers. The flight from Guayaquil to the Galapagos Islands is 1.5 hour.  There is also a time difference of one hour between mainland Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, with the Galapagos 1 hour behind the mainland.

All yacht trips have space held on flights that match up with their trips.



The Nemo I is a small 14-passenger sailing catamaran that is perfect for adventurous people who want to spend their time in the Galapagos outside on the net between the hulls or on the various common areas. Cabins are quite small, in the pontoons, making a trip on this boat an intimate nature adventure. Trip Lengths: 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, or 15 Days Destination: Galapagos Islands Lodging: 14-Passenger, tourist superior sailing catamaran Activities: Wildlife viewing, naturalist walks, snorkeling

Ecuador is a small but incredibly diverse nation, making it easy to explore some of the most unique ecosystems on the planet in one trip. On the Andes, Amazon & Galapagos Premium Multisport you will explore all three of these amazing ecosystems by hiking, biking, rafting, sea kayaking, and snorkeling, while staying in comfortable lodges at night. Trip Length: 11 or 13 Days Destination: Quito, Otavalo Market, Papallacta Hot Springs, Cloud forest, Baños, Cotopaxi National Park, San Cristobal Island, Isabela Island, Santa Cruz Island (optional) Lodging: Comfortable hacienda, lodges, and hotels Activities: Hiking, Mountain Biking, Whitewater Rafting, Sea Kayaking, and Snorkeling