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January 26th, 2016

Published by

Karissa Jobman


Our Bucket journey to increase the access to tourism in affordable and convient ways began just six months ago. In the incredible city of Quito, Ecuador (the home of founder Daniel Pino), we proudly announced that this digital pass would be the first of its kind in Latin America. Over these last few months, we have welcomed our first customers, sought continuous improvement, and searched for opportunities to expand our discounted bundles to even more destinations in Latin America. We want to thank our first adopters who have used their Bucket Passes to adventure around Quito, and now we are overjoyed to announce our expansion of the Bucket Pass to the fascinating region of the Galapagos Islands. 


As the most popular destination in Ecuador, we seek to provide an affordable route for thrifty and adventurous travelers who want to both leisure and explore the islands at their own pace. With the Bucket Pass Galapagos, stay on land, and choose your schedule of day trips tours. Spend the day on a yacht, fishing for your lunch and encountering the famous sea lions, or take the day off to be like a local. 





















The Galapagagos Islands Bucket Pass includes tours to the following activites to let you enjoy the best the islands have to offer for 20% less than retail price: 


1.Visit to Charles Darwin Scientific Station 

2.Full Day Yacht Tour to Santa Fe Island 

3.Sustainable fishing and sashimi-making class 

4.Tortuga Bay 

5.Local Organic Coffee Plantation 

6.Visit to the “Channel of Love” 

7.Lava Tunnels hike 

8.Snorkeling with Galapagos sharks 

9.Walk at the “Sea Lions Beach” 


We are thankful for all of our team members, fellow travelers, and Bucket Pass lovers for giving us the opportunity to help explorers make another check off their bucket list in the exotic Galapagos Islands. 


Happy Travels,

The Bucket Pass Family

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