Published in the Financial Times | By Sophy Roberts
“What isn’t open to debate, however, is the man to call for intelligent, low-impact access (to the Galapagos Islands) – including cross-island bike trips, meetings with scientists and superior guiding services. US-born Tyler Dillon, now working out of Toronto for travel outfitter Butterfield & Robinson (www.butterfield.com), has visited the islands more than 20 times; he knows all the land-based lodges that are giving a different focus to the traditional cruising itineraries, as well as the best surf breaks on Santa Cruz.”
Click here to see Tyler’s Ecuador & Galapagos Private Family itinerary, or call 1-800-387-1147 to speak to him. To read the full story on the Financial Times‘ “How to Spend It” blog (and get a top tip from Tyler about his other passion, Myanmar), click here.