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There’s even more than meets the eye in the Galápagos Islands!

Many visitors are surprised at how much there is to see and do during their trip to the Galápagos. This isolated region of Ecuador is comprised of 19 islands uniquely located at the confluence of three ocean currents, making it a melting pot of species found nowhere else in the world. The varied terrain and exotic wildlife are more than enough to please first-time explorers, but no matter how many times you visit, you’re bound to discover new sites and playful creatures, known as some of the most approachable and playful on earth. 

Yachts sailing in the galapagos islands

Just a few of the islands’ fascinating sites are: 

  • Isla Lobos, named for the sea lions that live and play on its rocky shores. 

  • Kicker Rock, a striking formation that juts hundreds of feet up out of the sea.

  • San Cristóbal Island, with its stunning white coral beach

  • Devil’s Crown, a sunken volcano crater that makes for one of the best snorkeling spots in the Galápagos

  • Black Turtle Cove, surrounded by mangrove trees that provide a protected habitat for a wide variety of marine life, from hammerhead sharks to sea turtles.

  • Pinnacle Rock, one of the most photographed parts of the Galápagos.

  • Santiago Island, one of the best places to see marine iguanas which adapted to be able to dive up to 20m in search of algae to eat. 

  • Buccaneer cove, a historic haunt of pirates, marauders, and sea turtles.

  • Mosquera island, only 160m wide at its narrowest point with tons of coral and rock reefs surrounding it which draws in all kinds of fish, crabs, birds, and marine mammals.

There is something for everyone, no matter how many times you’ve been to the Gálapagos. Let’s talk so we make sure you have the experience of a lifetime! 


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