Prepare your trip to Galapagos: requirements, tours and necessary information. Discounts and offers Galapagos Islands 2018.
Cruises in the Galapagos Islands If you dream of experiencing an incomparable day, embark with us on one of our catamaran cruises that travel through the most recognized landmarks of this magical place. The most desired place of tourists from all over the planet to see the most unique flora and fauna in the world
Broadly speaking, we can recognize two seasons. From December to June it is known as the Hot Season. And the second climatic season that goes from June to November that is known as the Dry Season. The best time to take advantage of the Galapagos Islands is the transition months. But any month is good to get to the islands, there is no time in which the weather is bad or there are interesting flora and fauna on your visit.
Having two seasons so different from each other, those that signal the beginning or the end of reproduction for most species, there are some months in which both phases can be evidenced 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).
If you need a summary of what you can find when visiting the Galapagos Islands on an all-inclusive cruise, we present several of the sights that can be known. If you have doubts about the conditions of the trip and the days, please contact us.
Santa Cruz Island: Thanks to its location in the center and its proximity to the Baltra airport, is one of best known Galapagos tourist places, housing the city with the largest population of all, from where they leave the most of the boats visiting other islands and islets. One of its biggest tourist attractions is The Station Scientific Darwin, a center of scientific research open to the visitors, where is possible observe terrestrial lizards and turtles of big magnitude. Another site that highlights in Santa Cruz Island corresponds to Turtle Bay, paradise white sands beach and crystal clear waters, to the coasts arrived hundreds of turtles to lay their eggs.
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.
Black Turtle Cove: The Black Turtle Cove is a mangrove estuary on the north coast of Santa Cruz Island. It maintains very strict regulations to protect its flora and fauna. The tourists are allowed to reach to the cave aboard of small boats, but without starting the engine. Many rays, turtles, penguins, and other wild animals live in this area, so that not a few groups of academics transiting the area, either to analyze the formations of volcanic origin, as the important existing fauna.
The definitive learning
Travelers, in particular the smallest ones, have the opportunity to take part in classes and meetings with the guidance of an expert guide. This person is fully qualified to let us know many of the details that have to do with the geology and history of the islands.