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Undoubtedly one of the last refuges of biodiversity, the Galapagos Islands have an endless amount of natural treasures, landscapes between which are the turtle spawning in the beaches of white sands of Tortuga Bay, the blue-legged birds of the Espanola Island, the giant tortoises of San Cristobal or the scenarios of the North Seymour Islet.
Location of the Galapagos Islands
They are located in the Pacific Ocean to 960 kilometers of the coast of Ecuador, being the closest continental city Manta. The nearest island is Isla Del Coco (Costa Rica) 720 kilometers to the north and Isla de Pascua (Chile) 3,200 kilometers to the south. Formally, its official name is Galapagos Archipelago and its location is between 89 ° and 92 ° of western length; and 1 ° 40 ‘north latitude and 1 ° 30’ south latitude.
If you need a summary of what you can find when visiting the paradisiacal Galapagos Islands in an all-inclusive cruise, we show you several of the tourist points that you can know. In case of doubts about the conditions of the trip and the days, please contact us.
San Cristobal Island: Undoubtedly one of the most entertaining points of Galapagos, on whose coasts we can find some of the largest colonies of turtles of the archipelago. To the southeast of San Cristobal, is the Galapaguera of Cerro Colorado, a project of rescue resettlement of giant turtles that allows can be a few steps from these magnificent creatures during their first two years are cared in captivity. Moving to the northeast of this island, we find the Natural Galapaguera, place where you can see turtles in their own environment, on the beach where they nest or in the sand dunes where they spawn. An area of outstanding beauty is The Loberia, beach of coral sand where you can see many sea lions and marine iguanas, also birds like Canary Maria, and several species of finches surround the area. On its western coast is The Baquerizo Moreno port, the sector populated more important of San Cristobal and the second in the archipelago, where you can find a wide range of hotels and airport. His second attractive more visited is Gardner Bay, a beach recognized for its beauty, where lives a significant colony of sea lions sleeping peacefully in their arenas.
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.
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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A selection of the best itineraries
We offer two routes to enjoy for 8 days and 7 nights knowing the most extraordinary places of the Galapagos Islands. Both options allow enjoying views of the sea and the flora and fauna. The lists of activities carried out are strictly established by the Galapagos National Park, and no modifications are possible.