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Galapagos Tours

Surreal volcanic landscapes, ancient giant tortoises, myriad bird and marine life; swim and snorkel with penguins and sea lions for a remarkable series of life-changing memories. The ‘Enchanted Isles’ are an experience like no other. Superb boats, naturalist gu ides, daily shore excursions and informative lectures all ensure you get the best out of this incredible holiday of a lifetime.

Highlights of Galapagos

Things to See & Do

  • Baltra Seymour Island

    Baltra Seymour Island

    Walk along the coast and the interior of the island, observing bird colonies of blue footed boobies, two species of frigate birds, swallow tailed gulls and also sea lions and marine iguanas.  This island offers the opportunity for snorkelling or coastal exploration.

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  • Isabela Island

    Isabela Island

    This is the nesting place for flightless cormorants, the only existing marine birds in the world other than penguins that have changed their condition of flying birds to diving birds. Wildlife here also includes sea lions, Galápagos fur seals, Galápagos penguins, blue-footed and Nazca boobies and noddy terns. Depending on the conditions of the ocean, it is possible to snorkel along the cliffs of the partly-sunken Ecuador Volcano, near the northern tip of Isabela Island. This area has a very rich marine life, and is seasonally visited by green sea turtles and oceanic sun fish (Mola mola).

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  • Fernandina Island

    Fernandina Island

    Fernandina is the youngest island of the archipelago. Punta Espinoza has an amazing combination of barrenness and a lot of wildlife. Having no introduced mammals, Fernandina boasts a unique environment with the highest density of marine iguanas, sharing their space with sea lions, sally light-foot crabs, hawks, penguins and the flightless cormorants Home to the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens located within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest. These are the headquarters of scientific investigation, conservation and the National Park administration. Santa Cruz hosts one of the largest tortoise populations in Galápagos.

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  • Tower Island

    Tower Island

    A geologic marvel, Tower island is essentially a low volcano that barely breaks the surface of the ocean. Tower is a very low lying island and difficult to see until you are very close. At times the sea mist may completely obscure any view of the island. Galapagos mammals may be scarce on Tower Island, but birds are abundant with the oportunity to see boobies, frigates and storm petrels.

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  • North Seymour Island

    North Seymour Island

    Quite a small island in terms of land mass, Isla Seymour is definitely worth visiting. To explore the island, follow a circular trail roughly 2 km long leading inland and along the rocky coast that will take you through some of the biggest sea bird breeding colonies in the entire Galapagos. As well as the birds, you can also see wildlife such as land iguanas, Galapagos snakes, sea lions and marine iguanas.

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  • Santa Cruz Island

    Santa Cruz Island

    Home to the Charles Darwin Research Station and the giant tortoise pens located within an impressive giant prickly-pear cactus forest. These are the headquarters of scientific investigation, conservation and the National Park administration. Santa Cruz hosts one of the largest tortoise populations in Galápagos.

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  • Floreana Island

    Floreana Island

    The highlights of Floreana are Post Office Bay where mail can be left for other guests from other vessels to be hand-delivered to its destination. This tradition of over two centuries is unique. Near Post Office Bay, explore the north shore of Floreana along narrow channels teeming with life. Rays, turtles and sea lions can be seen gently swimming.

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  • Rabida Island

    Rabida Island

    Sitting 5 km south of Isla Santiago, this tiny island is just roughly five square kilometers in size. Known for its unique reddish-maroon terrain, Isla Rabida is also home to large populations of sea lions, pelicans and flamingoes. There is also the opportunity to walk along the trail which one can take in the palo santo trees that cover the island’s main volcanic peak.

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  • Espanola Island

    Espanola Island

    Española’s isolated position as the Galapagos's southernmost island may be its greatest asset. Its remote location has prevented genetic flow between Española and other islands; as a result, many of its animals are found nowhere else in the world. Española's most unique animals are its birds; large colonies of the waved albatross, one of the Galapagos's largest and most comical birds make this island a highlight of the archipelago. Also expect to find hundreds of gregarious marine Iguanas and sea lions.

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  • Santiago Island

    Santiago Island

    "Located north-west of the center of Galapagos, Santiago is 585 km square with a maximum elevation of 907 meters. The central volcano is 3018 feet and last erupted in 1890. Highlights of a visit to Santiago Island include the fur seal grotto, pink flamingo lagoon as well as the chance to see Galapagos Hawks and vermilion fly catchers.

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