By Sandy Preiss
Most folks who go on a Galapagos tour do so, at least partly, because they are fascinated by theunique and peculiar wildlife of these islands. It is said that every species got here by flying, floating,… Continue reading
The Galapagos Islands are home to an abundant amount of wildlife within a vastly diverse ecosystem. Both the ocean and the land are host to hundreds of animals, many endemic to the islands themselves. On your Galapagos Island tour, you’ll… Continue reading
1. High SPF Sunscreen- Even if you are somebody that “doesn’t burn”, even if you want to get some color, lather yourself up with High SPF Sunscreen (at least 75 SPF). The Galapagos are the target… Continue reading
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San Cristobal, of the Galapagos Islands, is home to the largest population of sea lions of the entire archipelago. This island is the only one that has a boardwalk, lined with shops, hotels and restaurants. Casa Opuntia, the premier Galapagos… Continue reading
Isabela Island, the newest and largest of the archipelago, is known for its lava fields and large populations of wildlife–specifically giant tortoises and marine iguanas, which both resemble prehistoric life. If you’re lucky enough to stay at Iguana Crossing, Opuntia’s… Continue reading
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