It’s impossible to exaggerate the spectacle that Galapagos Islands offer. The thick untouched forests and pristine beaches are teeming exotic wild and marine life. No wonder Charles Darwin was so inspired by the Galapagos Islands. The sheer number of wonders the Galapagos offer to the tourist is amazing. Here is why this once in a lifetime trip to the Galapagos Islands becomes your most memorable vacation:
Galapagos have the most mesmerizing sights that nature has to offer; you can take boat ride on the turquoise ocean water and admire the amazing marine beauty. You can go snorkeling and discover the exotic marine life firsthand; there are hundreds of different types of fish to discover. You can also look at coral formations, sea lions, penguins, marine iguanas, and for those who desire a bit more adventure, white-tipped sharks!
When you disembark on one of the islands – most tourists stick with Santa Cruz and Isabela Island – you can discover the amazing forests, landscapes, volcanic formations, and protected wildlife sanctuaries.
A trip to the Galapagos is not just a chance to relax and enjoy the sights; it’s also an opportunity to observe exotic animals in their natural habitat. Most of these animals can only be found in the Galapagos. You can look forward to see the following animals on your trip to the Galapagos:
- Galapagos Giant Tortoises
- Galapagos Penguins
- Galapagos Cormorant
- Magnificent Frigatebird
- Waved Albatross
- Land Iguanas
- Marine Iguanas
- Darwin’s Finches
- Sea Lions
- Fur Seals
If you go at the right time in the year, you can also come across some types of sharks and whales in the Galapagos.
When and How?
Every season brings its own highlights to the Galapagos; green turtles lay their eggs in January, Humpback whales arrive in June and Sea Lions are most active in November. You can contact us (1800 455 8040) to discover which time will be perfect for your trip. Or if you have already decided on the time, just go to the reservation page and reserve your trip with Last Minute Galapagos Deals.