✅ UPDATE: GALAPAGOS RE-OPENS ITS DOORS TO TOURISM WITH NEW ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

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Galapagos Travel Guide: Cruise, Tours, Last minute deals

Galapagos re-opens its doors to tourism with new entry requirements

The good news is that on July 1st the Ecuadorian government is opening its doors to national and foreign tourists to the Galapagos Islands.

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.

Galapagos: Cruise travel packages and tours through the best islands

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).

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.

5 reasons why San Cristobal will be your favorite Island in Galapagos

Do not miss the opportunity to meet and explore the surroundings of an island full of surprises.

Pinzon Island + La Fe beach + Las Palmitas beach

Swim with sea lions, sharks, sting rays and penguins.

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