Animals and plants of the Galapagos Islands: beauty and landscapes combined. Cruises to the Galapagos Islands for 2 people December 2017
The Galapagos Islands are the product of countless eruptions of submarine volcanoes. For their unique location they have developed unique species in the world, of a wealth and variety very difficult to believe. For this reason they are one of the most sought after places of all travelers who love wild species.
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 is the US dollar (USD), which is important to remember not to change all the money at the airport.
All Inclusive Cruises in the Galapagos Islands
The term “catamaran” literally means two trunks joined by a rope and is used today to refer to a great variety of types of boats. In the Galapagos Islands, catamaran cruises are famous because of their stability, speed and size for several people. Having the great privilege of knowing the Galapagos Islands by catamaran is a unique one. Galapagos catamaran cruises offer you all-inclusive packages of variable duration in which you can enjoy a comfortable and safe trip. All of our catamaran cruises in Galapagos have comfortable rooms, restaurants serving exquisite national and international dishes, swimming pools, viewpoints and everything required to make your stay wonderful.
Do not know what to do in the Galapagos Islands? Here is the solution! Scheduling with us a trip around the islands, you can spend several days knowing all the beauties that this incredible place has to offer. All-inclusive trips can be booked online with 30 days or more in advance, with the possibility of payment by credit card.
Floreana Island: It is located 60 kms to the east of the Espanola Island. Floreana is well known for its attractive history of pirates, whalers, and settlers. Here you can observe between December and May pink flamingos and nesting sea turtles. Also you can find a small population of galapagos penguins. Floreana also known as Santa Maria Island has approximately 150 habitants and is one of the four islands populated in Galapagos. His access port is Prieta Beach. In the inside of the island at the top, you can visit the Chakras of Ritter and, to the South, the Haven of Peace.
Isabella Island: Even though is the largest island of all, it has a unique town corresponding to Villamil Port, a beautiful village in which there are numerous accommodations and whose atmosphere is notable for being rather more quiet than Ayora Port. Inside its main attractions stand out Punta Moreno, where live flamingos and many other types of birds, from where you have a beautiful view of Sierra Black, Blue Hill and the top of Fernandina Island. To discover other kinds of wildlife is a good idea to move to Urbina Bay, where there are iguanas, sea lions, cormorants, penguins and blue-footed boobies.
Fernandina Island: The Island most recent of the group of islands, where is one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, from various types of lava that can be seen. His only place to visit constitutes Punta Espinoza, a strip of lava and sand that extends from the volcano itself to the sea, on whose coasts are the largest groups of marine iguanas of the archipelago, along with birds, penguins and sea lions.
Chinese Hat: Chinese Hat is a small island close to the southeast of the Santiago Island and whose extension is less than a 0.25 km2. It’s a recent volcanic cone. The traditional form of the Chinese hat can be seen clearly from the north side. In front of Chinese hat, on the rocky edge near to Santiago, you can see easily the galapagos penguins. A short 400m long trail passes through the cove, and steps from a colony of sea lions and iguanas that covering the horizon. The volcanic scenery is very interesting, and it is possible to practice snorkel.
An earthly paradise
In catamaran trips there is the possibility of observing and walking through the habitat of animal species that have evolved for hundreds of years, with an unimaginable diversity and totally still intact.