Find here all you have to consider to plan the most spectacular trip: Galápagos All Inclusive. Tours to the Galapagos Islands December 2017.
Discover the most incredible cruise deals to the Galapagos Islands, for groups, couples or single travelers. You will be able to walk through the most important places of the archipelago accompanied by experienced guides.
In general we can speak of two great seasons. From the month of December to June it is known as the Hot Season. And the second climatic season that goes from June to November receives the name of Dry Season. The best time to take advantage of the Galapagos is the transition months. But any month of the year is good for reaching the islands, there is no time when the climate of Galapagos is unpleasant or there is no interesting flora and fauna on your visit. By having two varied seasons, which mark the beginning or the end of mating for the vast majority of species, there are months in which the two phases can be seen at the same time. There is a transition between the hot season and the dry season (April to June), and then a transition between the dry season and the hot season (November to January).
Do not know what to do in the Galapagos Islands? No problem! Scheduling with us a stroll around the islands, you can spend several days knowing all the natural beauties that this incredible place has to offer. All inclusive packages can be booked online with 30 days or more in advance, with the option of payment by card or transfer.
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Espanola Island: With 300 million years corresponds to the oldest island famous for its number of birds, among which are the funny blue-footed boobies, birds known for their mating rituals, where the male exhibits his blue feet to the female. One of its most interesting sites is Punta Suarez, an area of abyss in where we can see species that not is presented in the rest of the archipelago, as marine iguanas turquoise with red, mockingbirds, lava lizards and colonies of up to 15.000 albatross
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.
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.
Multiply your ideas
Something that draws the attention of these trips is that they are known for being a great source of inspiration, concentration and creativity. Many writers, poets and sculptors have said that walking the Galapagos has allowed them to work on creative ideas. Whether its experts as amateurs, this is definitely a tremendous opportunity for all those looking for inspiration to create.