Is it worth visiting the Galapagos Islands? Check the list of existing tourist plans. Destinations and Places Galapagos Islands 2018.
The Galapagos Islands are a perfect destination for families or romantics who long to have a trip they will remember forever. It is not a holiday like any other, but a wonderful adventure in one of our ships that will allow you to know the islands and corners of this place.
In broad outline you can consider two seasons. From December to June it is known as the Warm Season. And the second climatic season that goes from June to November called Dry Season. The best time to take advantage of the Galapagos Islands is the transition months. However every month is valid to reach the islands, there is no month when the weather is bad or there is no wonderful flora and fauna to observe.
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Since there are two distinct seasons, which indicate the beginning or the end of mating for the great majority of species, there are months in which both phases can be witnessed at the same time. There is a transition between the hot season and the dry season, and later a transition between the dry season and the hot season (November to January).
Arrive in Galapagos Islands
Galapagos has 2 airports. If you decide to visit San Cristobal, you will have the option to be able to do surfing and low depth diving. You can also visit areas such as Tongo Reef, El Cañón, La Lobería, Manglecito, Punta Carola and Punta Pitt, Roca del Este, Roca Ballena, among many others. If your destination is Baltra you will be closer to the Island of Santa Cruz and you can visit the mating centers of the giant tortoises, the Galapagos National Park and the Charles Darwin Station. In addition you will be able to know Turtle Bay that is the recognized beach of sand of white coral in all the islands.
These are several of the magical tourist attractions that can be visited in some of our cruises by the Island of Galapagos. It is possible to make your reservation online and receive a discount if you pay in advance. Do not miss the opportunity to know one of the most beautiful places on the planet. If you are looking for cruises for families, couples or individual trips, GalapagosInformation.com is the best choice.
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 .
North Seymour Islet: Covered with low vegetation and dense, is notable for its almost immaculate state of nature, something that is more difficult to find in larger islands. The tour is conducted based on a trail of 2 km in length that crosses it from end to end, route that allows crossing with frigates, land iguanas and sea lions.
Daphne Mayor: 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.
Paradise on Earth
In our all-inclusive trips we can observe and approach the habitat of animals that have been hidden for hundreds of years, with a splendorous diversity and practically still intact