The Galapagos by Land
and Sea

Published in the Financial Times | By Sophy Roberts

Tyler Dillon

“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 (, 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.”

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.

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