We work closely with a range of partners to promote sustainability and conservation of the Islands. See below for a list of our current Corporate supporters.
For more information on the benefits of being a GCT Corporate Partner, please visit our Corporate Partnership page.
The Deep tells the story of the world’s oceans through stunning marine life, interactives and audio-visual presentations. They are dedicated to informing visitors while operating as an education and conservation charity with profits being re-invested into pioneering research and new exhibits.
Galapagos Travel Center is the largest online provider of Galapagos and Ecuador tours, arranging tours for over 6,000 clients yearly. As part of the Galapagos community they encourage visitors to be environmentally responsible and select tours offering carbon neutral cruises.
RIVACASE® was founded in Mainz, Germany in 1996 with a mission to design and create high-quality, stylish and innovative lifestyle products that carry and protect the digital equipment people use every day. They consistently implement unique ideas in the creation of their products to meet the needs of customers from all walks of life. They combine convenience and versatility in a functional form through stylish carrying and charging solutions. RIVACASE® products are available in more than 60 countries worldwide.
Exodus Travels have over 40 years of experience taking people on adventure holidays, including to the Galapagos Islands. As tourism becomes a truly global industry, Exodus recognise their obligation to operate tours in a responsible and sustainable fashion. They are committed to the well-being of local host communities and the natural environment that their clients are there to experience. They will be helping GCT fulfil its tourism strategy by educating visitors to the Islands about responsible tourism.
The Tribes Foundation aims to relieve the poverty of indigenous communities in areas outside of the UK which are affected by tourism. In 2017, the Foundation provided support to build an interpretive trail highlighting historical, environmental and sustainability themes at Tomás de Berlanga (TdB) school on Santa Cruz island. The project provided better educational outcomes for students, trainee educators and, in turn, public school students across Galapagos. It also enhanced the educational experience of tourists and community visitors to the school.
Other corporate supporters include: