Turquoise seas, white sand with a volcanic cone as a backdrop. I can help you reserve the Sombrero Chino (Chinese Hat) Island tour from $235
This was my first trip on a cruise in the Galapagos Islands. I visited a few islands and places that can only be accessed on a cruise
Walk among volcanic rocks and observe blue-footed booby jueveniles, frigates and sea lions. I can help you reserve your Isla Lobos tour for $105
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…
The volcanic formations are incredible and look like they are from another planet. I can help you check availability the day tour to Bartolome for $210
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 full circle of San Cristóbal Island, visiting beaches, bays and the Kicker rock. I can help you check availability the Tour 360 for $156.6
Swim around the giant rocks is something you must do in galapagos. I can help you book the tour to Kicker Rock for $124.8
Swim with sea lions, sharks, sting rays and penguins. I can help you check availability the day tour to Pinzon from $135.4
Hiking in the company of albatross, marine iguanas, nasca boobies and more. I can help you book the tour to Española from $219
You are sure to swim with turtles, stingrays, sharks and seahorses. I can help you book the tour to Cabo Rosa tunnels for $124.8 USD