Experience a great life experience by visiting the Galapagos Islands on all inclusive Cruises. Holidays in the Galapagos Islands
Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the group of islands and islets is almost completely a National Park, comprising a set of thirteen volcanic islands and more than a hundred islets and rocky outcrops. Tens of thousands of tourists travel every year to be able to observe a natural beauty that has no equal throughout the world, since many species of flora and fauna of the Galapagos Islands are not found anywhere else, so you must travel until here to see them live. Without a doubt, it is a unique experience that many people change their lives, seeing the real beauty of nature at its best.
Landscapes of great beauty, a diversity never ceases to amaze and formations of volcanic origin that speak of a historical account of five million years, are characteristics that enchant to those who make trips to the Galapagos Islands, a virgin sector where there are almost two thousand endemic species, including the famous giant land tortoises and the Galapagos fur seal.
Do not know what to do in the Galapagos Islands? Do not worry! Scheduling with us a walk around the islands, you can spend up to two weeks knowing all the beauties that this incredible place of Ecuador has to offer. All inclusive packages can be booked online up to one month in advance, with the possibility of payment by credit card.
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
La Lobería on San Cristobal: One of the most visited places in the Galapagos is this beautiful beach of coral sand and crystalline waters, named after the large number of sea lions that can be seen every day, lying between the rocks or plunging into the sea. In addition to sea lions, turtles and sea iguanas are frequent on the beach, as well as several species of birds, such as the Maria canary, frigates and various kinds of finches. It is also possible to snorkel and if you have good fortune to swim with a sea lion.
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.
Mosquera Islet: The Mosquera Islet, also known as Mosquera Island that is located between the Seymour and Baltra islands. Its relief is smooth, has several white sand beaches, where you can do many sports. Has a long maximum of 620 meters per 130 meters of width, and area of 0.46 km2. Physically is a rock reef product of a survey. This small island has one of the largest colonies of sea lions. In the same way is possible to see several species of birds from the coast. From its coast they have been reported occasionally Orcas (Orcinus orca) attacking sea lions. You can get to the Mosquera Islet Mosquera through a beach landing. This can be difficult with low tie or when there are strong waves what usually pass between the months of December and March.
Sports for all
No one can resist the temptation to engage in water sports, such as windsurfing or deep-sea diving, in the midst of this natural environment and enjoy waters on white-sand beaches.