All information of values and panoramas to travel to Galapagos Islands. Cruises to Galapagos Islands for January 1st
At GalapagosInformation.com you will find a wide variety of cruises to the Galapagos Islands, one of the most well-known nature sanctuaries in the world, and established as a World Heritage Site. You can book your trip now to start enjoying a unique stay aboard our catamarans.
Although the islands are located in Ecuador, the temperature of the ocean is constant, between 6 and 27 degrees during the year. Weather is heavily influenced by surface temperature and ocean currents, creating microclimates that alter the particular environments of each island. The islands also suffer drastic temperature changes and almost every month presents their own peculiarities.
The time spans from January to March are the months with the highest temperature and humidity, March being the hottest month of the year. At this time plants abound, and the ocean temperature is ideal for snorkeling. From July to September we observe less rain and the islands are less humid, but cooler, the temperature of the ocean decreases to a great extent, but it is the perfect season to observe the life of the sea, since the animals prefer the icy currents.
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Below we show you some of the incredible tourist attractions that can be explored on some of our catamaran trips on the Galapagos Islands. It is possible to make your reservation online and get a discount if you buy in advance. Do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful places on the planet. If you are looking for catamaran cruises for groups or single travelers, this is the best of all alternatives.
Santa Cruz Island: Thanks to its location in the center and its proximity to the Baltra airport, is one of best known Galapagos tourist places, housing the city with the largest population of all, from where they leave the most of the boats visiting other islands and islets. One of its biggest tourist attractions is The Station Scientific Darwin, a center of scientific research open to the visitors, where is possible observe terrestrial lizards and turtles of big magnitude. Another site that highlights in Santa Cruz Island corresponds to Turtle Bay, paradise white sands beach and crystal clear waters, to the coasts arrived hundreds of turtles to lay their eggs.
Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay, home to one of the archipelago most unknown with natural habitats, with incredible lava fields in a wavy form, very similar to a mars landscape. A route of little more than a mile and a half, it allows to pass through the most relevant places of interest of the Bay, being within reach us impressive mineral samples, among them are molds of trees, before being calcined by the old volcanic eruptions of the site.
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.
Black Turtle Cove: The Black Turtle Cove is a mangrove estuary on the north coast of Santa Cruz Island. It maintains very strict regulations to protect its flora and fauna. The tourists are allowed to reach to the cave aboard of small boats, but without starting the engine. Many rays, turtles, penguins, and other wild animals live in this area, so that not a few groups of academics transiting the area, either to analyze the formations of volcanic origin, as the important existing fauna.
Source of inspiration
Something that draws the attention of these trips is that they are known for being a great source of imagination, concentration and creative force. A large number of filmmakers, songwriters and sculptors have said that walking the Galapagos Islands has given them new ideas. Whether it’s professionals as amateurs, this is certainly a great opportunity for those who seek inspiration from the muses.