Best travel recommendations to Galapagos Islands on all-inclusive trips. Cruises to the Galapagos Islands for 16 people October 2017
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Although the islands are located on the equator, the sea temperature is not constant, between 7 and 28 degrees Celsius according to the time of year. The climate is determined by surface temperature and underwater currents, which create microclimates that, vary the particular habitats of the flora and fauna of each island. The islands in the same way undergo drastic changes of temperature and almost every month has its peculiarities. The period of time that goes from January to March are the hottest and rainy months, with March being the warmest month of the year. At this time there are lots of plants, and the pleasant sea temperature is ideal for snorkeling. In the period from July to September there are lower rain and islands are drier, but cooler, the temperature of the ocean is reduced considerably, but it is the perfect season to observe the fauna of the sea, since the animals have preference for waters frost.
How can you travel to the Galapagos Islands?
From the cities of Guayaquil and the capital Quito there are flights every week that make trips to the Galapagos Islands, having as destination the two airports of the archipelago: Seymour Airport and San Cristobal Airport.
Are you looking for panoramas in the Galapagos Islands? Here is the solution! Scheduling a trip around the islands, you can spend several days visiting all the natural beauties that this incredible place has to offer. All inclusive travel can be booked online up to 30 days before your arrival, with the possibility of online payment.
Genovesa Island: Genovesa island is also known as the island Tower and is considered as the most striking island of the archipelago. Its name comes from the city of Genova (Italy) in where it´s said that was the birthplace of Columbus. It is the ideal location for the ornithologists by the abundant presence of birds, highlighting some as seagulls of tail separated or lava seagulls, which are the only gulls in the world who have nocturnal hunting habits. Genovesa Island is an extinct volcano, which has suffered several landslides due to its ancient activity. We can find two areas of visit which is can access through a fissure that exists to the feet of the volcano doing this walk an unparalleled adventure. The island has shaped of horseshoe. Millions of years ago were a huge volcano whose southern wall collapsed, forming the Great Darwin Bay, where currently some birds have their nests. In the center of the Genovesa Island is the Arcturus Lake, of salt water, where resides the marine iguana smaller of the archipelago. In the same way, it is possible to see marine iguanas, fur seals and a huge forest of Palo Santo. At Darwin Bay, It is possible to dive along the inner to the outer wall. Another possibility is from the outer side of the volcano through the channel in the boiler. Genovesa is home of a great number of oceanic birds, both for breeding and nesting, including large frigates, blue-footed boobies, seagulls of frac, tropical birds, finches of Darwin and petrels.
Santiago Island: Oasis natural uninhabited by humans, characterized by its unique volcanic formations, beautiful beaches and diving sites where diving into a unique biodiversity.One of the major attractions is the Sullivan Bay, where there are amazing lava formations that have altered the surface with soft waves, a perfect place to see large colonies of marine iguanas and Red-legged crabs. Among its beaches attract attention such Espumilla Beach, which has a spectacular landscape of forests of lignum and sea turtles that come to spawn in its coasts; as Puerto Egas, a beautiful beach with black volcanic sand, where as in Sullivan Bay is easy to observe a significant number of sea iguanas. Cousin’s Rock ends to increase the attractive of the island Santiago, undoubtedly one of the most important places of diving in the world, is a triangular rock that is to ten meters above the water, and in whose waters is possible to dive between dark coral, endemic seahorses, sea lions, sharks tip white, hammerheads, eagle rays and stingrays.
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.
Sullivan Bay: Is located to the southeast of the Santiago Island. Here you can see interesting lava formations, which called the attention of scholars and scientists around the world. Sullivan Bay enjoys a height of 114 meters above sea level, where you can observe marine and terrestrial birds, a colony of sea lions and iguanas. Several plants stand out of the rocks. At Sullivan Bay there is a road of a kilometer and a half long. In this peculiar island you can enjoy swimming and make snorkeling from the edge of the beach.
Sports and entertainment
Hardly anyone can resist the temptation to practice marine sports, such as surfing or deep-sea diving, enjoying this natural environment with warm waters on white sand beaches.