| Santa Cruz

| Bartolome

| Santa Fe

| North Seymour

| Floreana

There is no “wrong” time to visit Galapagos islands! It only depends on what you hope to see.

Destinations! Every island is unique! It’s hard to tell which are the “must-see” islands in the Galapagos, because all of them are incredibly diverse. Whether you choose a cruise or a land-based trip, you will see a wide diversity of fascinating wildlife, regardless of the specific islands that you visit.

Accommodation! There are 18 main islands in Galapagos but only 4 are populated. So, in Galapagos, you will find accommodation on Santa Cruz, San Cristobal, Isabela, and Floreana. Due to its central position, Santa Cruz Island is the starting point for most excursions and cruises in the Archipelago. If you don’t prefer to spend your vacation on a cruise ship, then Puerto Ayora is the perfect place to stay a few nights in the Archipelago.

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Budget Travel Guide | Visiting Galapagos Islands

Making a travel budget is an important part of planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands. So, once you decided where to go, only the daily expenses remain to be put on paper. These of course depend on everyone’s style for traveling,  but once you arrive in the Archipelago it is a shame not to…

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It is the country where pure chocolate and bananas come from, which has a volcano with the closest point from Earth to Sun and La Mitad del Mundo, the geographical point with a weird gravitational force. The largest Ecuadorian cities are Guayaquil and Quito, each year receiving hundreds of thousands of visitors attracted by South…

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