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Galapagos Travel Guide: Cruise, Tours, Last minute deals

UPDATE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Galapagos Islands

Persons exhibiting symptoms that align with those of coronavirus (COVID-19) will not be admitted entry to the Galapagos Islands.

TOP 8: Best Galapagos beaches

The Galapagos Islands has a large number of beaches that I’ve had the pleasure of exploring.

Travel insurance for your trip to the Galapagos

If you’re planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands, I strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance and travel cancellation insurance.

360 Tour: Kicker Rock + Rosa Blanca and Sardina Bay

The 360 tour takes you on a full loop around San Cristóbal Island, visiting beaches, bays and the prominent Kicker Rock.

Espanola island + Suarez Point + Gardner Islet

Hike in the company of albatrosses, marine iguanas and nasca boobies.

Galapagos Cruise【Last Minute】Check availability and prices

Travel by cruise boat in the Galapagos – access remote islands with an all inclusive package, ideal for travelers with limited time.

Santa Fe Island + Hidden beach + South Plazas Island

Snorkel with turtles, sharks and, if you are lucky, the sea lions will also swim with you.

North Seymour Island + Mosquera Islet + The Bachas Beach

Walk across uninhabited islands in their untouched, natural state.

Lobos Island + Ochoa Beach from San Cristobal

Walk among volcanic rocks and observe blue-footed booby juveniles, frigates and sea lions.

Kicker Rock + Witch Hill + Manglecito + Puerto Grande

Swim between the two huge rocks is something you definitely need to do in the Galapagos.

TOP 8: The best Galapagos tours in 2020

The most common questions that travelers ask before going to the Galapagos Islands are: Which are the best islands to visit in the Galapagos? What are the most popular tourist destinations in the Galapagos?

Bartolome Island + Sullivan bay + Chinese hat Island

Its volcanic formations are other-worldly. From its lookout point you’ll find the best view of the entire Galapagos.

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