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Galapagos Islands cruises

Galapagos cruise

Each year, more than 60,000 tourists travel to the Islands to admire the lovable Galapagos tortoises, flightless cormorants, blue-footed boobies and waved albatrosses.

Meanwhile, giant manta rays, sea turtles, iguanas, thousands of playful sea lions, sharks, and millions upon millions of fish all coexist in an underwater paradise.

There are several ways to visit the Galapagos. although by far the most popular, easy, informative, and cost-effective way to view the islands is on a multi-day boat tour.

Galapagos masked booby

Most visitors take a tour in a Galapagos cruises, sleeping aboard the cruise. Boats used for tours range from cruise liner, to economical motor cruiser.

There are also first class sailing yachts, as well as a combination of a tourist hotel with daytime sailings.

























Itineraries are controlled by the National Park to distribute tourism evenly throughout the islands.

Boats are expected to be on certain islands on certain days. They can cut landings, but have to get special permission to add to a planned itinerary.

An itinerary change may be made if time would be better spent elsewhere. A good guide will explain this and you can trust their advice.

If you wishing to plan everything ahead of time, there are many good tour operators.

Adventure Life Galapagos Cruises: choose from a variety of yachts and cruises in the Galapagos Islands, multi-sport Galapagos tours and hotel packages.