Do not postpone more your desire to travel aboard a Cruise to the Galapagos Islands from Swaziland; here is all the information you need to keep in mind before booking your tickets.
Amazing landscapes, a surprising diversity and volcanic rocks that are witness of a historical account of five million years, are three characteristics that fall in love with those who travel to the Galapagos Islands, a still wild sector where there are almost 2,000 unique species, among they are the famous marine iguanas and the Galapagos penguin.
Where are the Galapagos Islands?
They are located in the Pacific Ocean to almost thousand kms of the western coasts of Ecuador, being its closest city Manta. The nearest island is Isla Del Coco (Costa Rica) 720 kilometers to the north and Isla de Pascua (Chile) 3,200 kilometers to the south. In fact, its name is officially Galapagos Archipelago and is part of the Republic of Ecuador.
Want to know more? Landscapes of the Galapagos Islands
Below we present some of the wonderful tourist attractions that can be visited in some of our trips around the Galapagos Islands. You can make your reservation online and receive a discount if you buy in advance. Do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful places in the world. If you are looking for cruises for groups or single travelers, GalapagosInformation.com is the best choice.
San Cristobal Island: Undoubtedly one of the most entertaining points of Galapagos, on whose coasts we can find some of the largest colonies of turtles of the archipelago. To the southeast of San Cristobal, is the Galapaguera of Cerro Colorado, a project of rescue resettlement of giant turtles that allows can be a few steps from these magnificent creatures during their first two years are cared in captivity. Moving to the northeast of this island, we find the Natural Galapaguera, place where you can see turtles in their own environment, on the beach where they nest or in the sand dunes where they spawn. An area of outstanding beauty is The Loberia, beach of coral sand where you can see many sea lions and marine iguanas, also birds like Canary Maria, and several species of finches surround the area. On its western coast is The Baquerizo Moreno port, the sector populated more important of San Cristobal and the second in the archipelago, where you can find a wide range of hotels and airport. His second attractive more visited is Gardner Bay, a beach recognized for its beauty, where lives a significant colony of sea lions sleeping peacefully in their arenas.
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Santa Fe Island: Uninhabited island by the man, known for beaches of calm waters in the Barrington Bay, where you can walk in both arenas where sea lions abound like diving snorkeling surface. If you like animals, you can see giant land iguanas, unique animals of this island, which reach up to a meter in length.
Mosquera Islet: The Mosquera Islet, also known as Mosquera Island that is located between the Seymour and Baltra islands. Its relief is smooth, has several white sand beaches, where you can do many sports. Has a long maximum of 620 meters per 130 meters of width, and area of 0.46 km2. Physically is a rock reef product of a survey. This small island has one of the largest colonies of sea lions. In the same way is possible to see several species of birds from the coast. From its coast they have been reported occasionally Orcas (Orcinus orca) attacking sea lions. You can get to the Mosquera Islet Mosquera through a beach landing. This can be difficult with low tie or when there are strong waves what usually pass between the months of December and March.
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In our cruises it is allowed to see and travel the homes of creatures that have evolved for thousands of centuries, with an incredible wealth and almost intact.