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Galapagos Islands Tours

Galapagos Islands day trips and multi-day tours

Galapagos Islands Tours
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Galapagos Islands Tours

The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago located almost 1000 kilometers from the coast of Ecuador. It consists of 13 large islands, 9 medium-sized islands, and 107 small islets. When we say large, we are referring to an area larger than 10 square kilometers, and medium to larger than 1 square kilometer, so you can get an idea that they are not huge.

As a whole, they are the second-largest marine reserve on the planet and are a World Heritage Site. Facts aside, this place is a true paradise, and at Howlanders you will find Galapagos Islands tours to enjoy it to the fullest.

Galapagos Tours

At Howlanders we have thought of everything. Therefore, you will find Galapagos Islands tours to know in depth the animals that inhabit the islands and to be amazed by the color of the sea.

Specifically, we take you to Santa Cruz Island, the second-largest of archipelago. You will be able to live 5 days in Galapagos, but if that is not enough, you can also spend up to a full week in this place.

Attention adventurers! Can you imagine a trip in Galapagos snorkeling in the crystal clear water of the Atlantic? You will have the opportunity to see coral reefs and fish of all colors and shapes. You will also have time for kayaking and biking around the island.

Animals in Galapagos

First of all, remember to respect the environment of all the animals that inhabit the Galapagos Islands, which are not few. You are a traveler and it is their home, take care of them!

You are likely to find a giant tortoise, a species that only exists in the Galapagos Islands and Seychelles. Sea lions are also often resting on the beaches and blue-footed gulls are often seen in the area. But if there is one animal par excellence not only in Galapagos but also in Ecuador, it is the iguana.

What are you waiting for to live an unforgettable experience with our Galapagos Islands tours?