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What restrictions are there for senior people?

There are no formal restrictions, but most operators require people with handicaps or medical problems to indicate these well in advance and may indicate they cannot take responsibility.

Plenty of people over 80 years visit Galapagos each year.

Senior people who are mobile should have no difficulty, even with wet landings, except for a few land visits where the guide may indicate in advance that a certain part is tricky and offer an alternative (for example, a tour by panga while the rest of the group does the land visit).

Some of the land visits have steep climbs at the start, or require walking over highly broken and uneven volcanic lava.
Otherwise the pace of the land visits is slow, and should not present a problem.


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