Live an unforgettable life experience touring the Galapagos Islands on the main luxury cruises. Cruises to the Galapagos Islands for 14 people December 2017
At GalapagosInformation you can find a great variety of cruises to the Galapagos Islands, one of the most important nature sanctuaries in the world, and declared a World Heritage Site. You can buy your stay with us to start enjoying the best landscapes on board our exclusive catamarans.
In terms of climate in the Galapagos Islands there are two seasons. The rainy season is from January to May, with average temperatures between 23 ° and 27 °, and a dry season from June to December, averaging 19 °. The official currency of the place is the US dollar (USD), which is useful to remember not to change all the money that we have when arriving in Ecuador.
Cruises on offer in the Galapagos Islands
The term “catamaran” literally means two trunks attached and is widely used to refer to several hull vessels. In the Galapagos Islands, catamarans are very popular for their stability, speed and elegant size. Having the enormous privilege of visiting the Galapagos Islands by catamaran is a unique opportunity. Galapagos catamaran cruises offer you all-inclusive packages of variable duration where you can enjoy a quiet and relaxed trip. All cruises on the Galapagos Islands have comfortable rooms, restaurants serving national and international dishes, swimming pools, viewpoints and everything required to make your stay on board a magical one.
Do you want to know what to do in the Galapagos Islands? Do not worry! Hiring with GalapagosInformation.com a tour of the islands, you can spend between five and fourteen days knowing all the beauties that this incredible place of Ecuador has to offer. All-inclusive packages can be requested online up to 30 days before your arrival, with the option of payment by credit card.
Gardner Bay in Espanola Island: Gardner Bay is another of the incredible beaches that hide the archipelago, with little more than a kilometer of white sands and turquoise water, very famous for the colonies of sea lions that are usually resting very close to the ocean. Like all places on the islands, it is possible to enjoy with the abundance of birds that surround the area, being here three species of endemic Darwin´s birds.
Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay, site of one of the most beautiful habitats of the archipelago, with impressive lava spaces solidified in waves, like a landscape of mars. A journey of about a mile and a half, allows tourists to know the most relevant areas of interest of the Bay, appreciating interesting mineral samples, among which there are figures of trees, before being calcined by the eruptions of the island .
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Punta Espinoza on Fernandina Island: Punta Espinoza is a fine lava and sand ledge that connects the Fernandina volcano with the sea, famous for its marine iguana population, whose high number sometimes makes it difficult to walk between them. They share the space with iguanas, penguins, sea lions, crabs and the non-flying cormorant, a species that can only be seen in Fernandina and Isabela, well known for being the only cormorant that has lost the ability to fly. The surrounding environment is made up of lava fields of the volcano, one of the most active in the world.
Daphne Major: The Daphne Islands (Daphne Major and Minor) are two small islands of volcanic origin in the Galapagos Islands archipelago. The largest has an area of 0.39 km². Daphne Mayor is located at the north of Santa Cruz. It is formed by a crater of lava, has no trees and very little vegetation and the edge is 120 meters above sea level. There are many breeding birds that go to raise their chicks in the environment near to the crater. Although easily accessible to visitors, the Park Service does not allow many visits to this island and are mostly dedicated to scientific research.
Discover hundreds of species that cannot be found in another place
In our cruising trips there is the possibility of observing and approaching to the habitat of animals that have been hidden for centuries, with a splendorous diversity and practically still immaculate.