The Galapagos Islands continue to be a paradise for adventurers, biologists and turists seeking the thrill of visiting a place in Earth like no other. Exploring The Galapagos Islands is an experience that you will always remember.
The “What to bring” question when travelling to Ecuador is not so easy to solve – Ecuador is a small country, but has various different climate zones! On a typical 14-day tour including highlands, jungle & Galápagos you will be able to use shorts or bikini as well as your warmest winter jacket and gloves. [...]
Galapagos generally is a year- round travel destination to see wildlife – there is no off-season for tours or cruises. There are basically two main seasons: 1. Wet season (from January to April) Average temperatures from 22 °C to 31 °C (70 °F to 84 °F) Occasional heavy showers or thunderstorms, mostly in the afternoon [...]
INCLUDED: Transfers on the islands Pick-up and drop-off at the airport in Galapagos Accommodation in double cabin Bilingual (Spanish/ English speaking) naturalist guide All meals from lunch on the first day to breakfast on the last day All excursions on the islands (depending on the itinerary you choose) fresh towels & sheets Drinking water, tea [...]
TOURIST CLASS: The target groups of these boats are generally travellers with a limited budget like backpackers or students. They offer only basic services and if you book a tour on a tourist class boat, you should be prepared that you don´t have the same comforts and standards as on a more expensive yacht. [...]
The majority of the visitors choose an organized cruise and it is the most recommended way to discover the Galapagos islands: You can choose your ideal boat and itinerary according to your budget and individual interests and you get to see a maximum of the islands as you are doing the majority of sailing night [...]
Isla Isabela: Sierra Negra volcano (1,500 m.o.s.l) The Sierra Negra volcano is the largest volcano of the islands. Once you get to the edge of the crater, you will descend into the vents at the bottom of the boiler. The peak promises one of the best panoramic views of the island. Santa Cruz Island: Charles [...]
The Galapagos Islands make up a total of 30 islands. The waters around them were proclaimed marine reserve and World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Galapagos islands are located in the Pacific Ocean, and are in the middle of the world -in the Equator-. It is the place where you will find the most astonishing flora and fauna in the world.