If you’re traveling to the Galapagos Islands, make sure to save enough money to stay for a longer stretch of time (9-14 days).
The benefits to traveling by cruise boat on in the Galapagos are: you can access remote islands, it’s all inclusive and ideal for travelers with limited time.
A common concern among travelers to the Galapagos is whether their itinerary is realistic, given the timeframe, tours and transport schedule between islands.
As an Ecuadorian blogger, I wrote this travel guide about the Galapagos Islands, to help those who don’t want to travel with expensives tours offered by agencies.
In this blog, we are absolutely going to toot our own horn. We’ve been receiving requests from customers that lost their reservations through other agencies…
I CAN HELP YOU BOOK the tour to the Sierra Negra Volcano on for $45. One of the top short-trail routes through active volcanoes in all of Latin America.
I CAN HELP YOU BOOK the tour to Bartolome from $230 USD. The volcanic formations make you feel like you’re on another planet.
I CAN HELP YOU BOOK the 360 Tour for $166 USD. Loop around the entire San Cristobal Island, snorkel in crystalline waters and visit Kicker Rock.
I CAN HELP YOU BOOK the tour to Espanola from $219. Hike in the company of albatrosses, marine iguanas and nasca boobies.
How many days do you need to get to know Galapagos? What are the best islands to visit?