The 19 Galápagos Islands and their surrounding waters are a national park and a biological marine reserve. The volcanic origin and the extreme isolation of the islands led to the development of unique flora and fauna. You can observe many endemic species – such as the land iguanas, the famous giant tortoises and the many types of finch. The archipelago is also known for its white sand beaches and cacti forests as well as colorful birds, such as blue-foot boobies, flamingoes, and penguins. Located at the confluence of three ocean currents, the Galápagos are a ‘melting pot’ of marine species and thus, a perfect snorkeling and diving spot.
Come and visit this unique ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’ and have the time of your life in this magical place!
Galápagos Islands Cruises: