Its volcanic formations are other-worldly. From its lookout point you’ll find the best view of the entire Galapagos.
Swim between the two huge rocks is something you definitely need to do in the Galapagos.
Walk across uninhabited islands in their untouched, natural state.
Travel by cruise boat in the Galapagos – access remote islands with an all inclusive package, ideal for travelers with limited time.
If you’ve ever dreamt of swimming with marine turtles, stingrays, sharks and seahorses.
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.
Santa Fe Island, is one of the most famous tours in Galapagos. You will snorkel with turtles, sharks and with luck the sea lions will swim.
The good news is that on July 1st the Ecuadorian government is opening its doors to national and foreign tourists to the Galapagos Islands.
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…
A common concern among travelers to the Galapagos is whether their itinerary is realistic, given the timeframe, tours and transport schedule between islands.
In this travel guide, you’ll find information about what to do, how to get there and where to stay for 3 days without depending on a tour.
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).