Newly-engaged Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie touched down in Guayaquil, Ecuador Tuesday with the family in tow, to visit the Galapagos Islands, X17online can report exclusively.

The mayor of the town of Santa Cruz, Leopoldo Buchelli, confirmed the star couple's arrival but would not release any details of the family's scheduled trip.

Pitt and Angelina, who announced their engagement last week, touched down at 8:30am yesterday at the Baltra airport, in a private jet. They had a tour guide with them to handle their travel arrangements.

The family was spotted on a local tour bus, en route to a ferry headed to the islands famous for being the location of scientist Charles Darwin's most important studies on evolution. The national park is protected by the UN as a World Heritage site. Jolie, recently name a special envoy to the United Nations Human Rights Commission for Refugees, made a visit to Ecuador in 2010 as an ambassador for the UNHCR.