I’ve been fortunate enough to have traveled to the Galapagos Islands many times and in different ways: as a couple with my wife; as a family with my cousin and her 6-year-old son and also as a solo traveler.
Visit the Galapagos Islands on your own without a travel agency. Organize each day on each island, save money by traveling on your own.
North Seymour island has a trail that takes you into the wilderness. Observe the flora and fauna of one of the Galapgos Islands that is not inhabited by humans
The 360 tour takes you on a full loop around San Cristóbal Island, visiting beaches, bays and the prominent Kicker Rock.
The Galapagos governing council has approved an amendment to Article 48 detailing the regulation of immigration and residency for the Galapagos Islands special scheme.
The volcanic formations on Bartolome Island are other-worldly. From its lookout point you’ll find the best view of the entire Galapagos.
Cabo Rosa Tunnels is one of the best snorkeling you will have in Galapagos. If you’ve ever dreamt of swimming with marine turtles and more
Kicker Rock, is a tour that I recommend in Galapagos. Swim between the two huge rocks is something you definitely need to do in the Galapagos.
Travel by cruise boat in the Galapagos – access remote islands with an all inclusive package, ideal for travelers with limited time.
Española island, is a most coveted tour on San Cristóbal Island. Hike in the company of albatrosses, marine iguanas and nasca boobies.
Pinzon Island is a thrilling experience, you’ll have the chance to swim with Tintonera Sharks, rays and, occasionally, penguins.
You must understand the dynamics of the Galapagos Islands to optimize your time, money and experiences.