Experience an unforgettable experience touring the Galapagos Islands in the main luxury packages. Cruises to Galapagos Islands in March
On our website you can find the largest variety of catamaran trips to the Galapagos Islands, one of the most well-known sanctuaries in the world, and declared a World Heritage Site. You can book your trip online to start enjoying a unique stay aboard our catamarans.
Although the islands are located in Ecuador, the temperature of the ocean varies greatly between 7 and 27 degrees Celsius throughout the year. The climate is determined by surface temperature and sea currents, which creates microclimates that influence the particular habitats of each island. The islands in the same way have drastic weather changes and almost every season maintains certain characteristics. The time spans from January to March are the months with the highest temperature and humidity, March being the warmest month of the year.
During this season there are lots of plants, and the pleasant sea temperature is perfect for water sports. From July to September, there are less rainfall and islands are less humid, but cooler, the temperature of the ocean is reduced considerably, being the perfect season to see the fauna of the sea, since the animals have a preference for the icy waters.
If you are looking for a brief summary of what you may be surprised to travel to the Galapagos Islands on an all-inclusive cruise, below we point out a number of places of interest that can be known. If you have questions about the trip and the days, do not hesitate to contact us.
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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.
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.
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.
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Passengers, especially the smaller ones, have the opportunity to participate in experiences and meetings with the guidance of a real specialist. This person is trained to let us know absolutely all the details that have to do with the geology of Galapagos.