The Galapagos Islands attract people from all over the world, from couples to big families, to nature lovers and adventure-seeking travelers. You will undoubtedly meet people with different cultures, languages and interests in this world-renowned equatorial archipelago. However, this can lead to some complex problems when it comes to tour groups, including potential language barriers, physical capabilities or flexibility in your itinerary.
In a location with so much to see, these problems can be detrimental to your time on the islands; its like gazing longingly at a ride as you wait in line at an amusement park, but only one of the ticket booths is open. Multi-guided expeditions are by far the best way to avoid these complications and fully take advantage of your Galapagos experience.
There are plenty of options out there, but it’s always important to be logical and common sensical about which one is best. A