Galapagos, the last paradise of the world, is
famous for pure nature, flora and its unique wild life.
Each island is completely different and offers incredible
landscapes, shores with
sandy beaches and colorful blue water.
It’s home of ancient
giant turtles and little dragons, here animals don’t have fear and
birds don’t fly away…
In the 19. century
Charles Darwin visited the archipel, discovered 13 different kinds of
finches and developed his famous theory “The Origin of the Species”.
Nowadays the Galapagos
National Park and the Marine Reserve Galapagos are
declared by UNESCO as a
double World Natural Heritage Site.
Experience the islands on
a Galapagos Cruise with guided excursions to the islands,
dinghy rides, snorkeling or diving and relax on the wonderful beaches.
On a Combined Tour you stay for a while in a hotel
in one of the villages of
the 4 inhabited islands, Sta
Cruz, San Crtistobal, Isabela and Floreana and
discover the islands on
Galapagos with it’s coral gardens is also one of the
7 underwater wonders.
It is on the hit-list of
the 10 world best dive spots and offers extraordinary
Scuba Diving with
hammer head sharks and whales.
The famous Enchanted
Islands are also known for their wild shores and beaches. Great surfing
with the 2. best wave of South America is guaranteed !
Map of Galápagos
Traveling to the Galapagos Islands is possible all year round.
The dry season from January to June has short rainfalls in the early
sun is very strong with temperatures 25 – 30 °C and water very calm with
temperatures 22 – 28 °C. The hottest months are March and April.
Rainy season is from July to December with drizzle in the morning
in the afternoon, temperatures 20 - 25 °C and water with temperatures
16 – 22 °C
is very wavy. Galapagos has no thunderstorms.
Please follow the National Park Rules and help us to preserve and
the islands for future visitors and generations…
The Galapagos National Park Entrance Fee of USD 100.- per person
has to be paid cash at arrival at Baltra or San Cristobal airport!
Only new $
bills with no rips are accepted !!!
Credit Cards are not accepted and also not very useful on the
The local bank and some few places accept Master Card and VISA
but charge a high service fee (up to 22%)!
Best is to
carry Dollar Traveller Cheques or to come well prepared with enough
$ in cash!