The Galapagos Islands is actually an archipelago composed of many small islands. All of them with characteristic different flora and fauna. Please see below a little description on every island, and if there is a special place you would like to visit, please contact us to find out which of our cruise boats includes that point and in which itinerary.
Famous for Pinnacle Rock, the best known landmark in the Galapagos Islands.
The largest of all the Galapagos Islands; formed by six volcanoes. Home to the highest point in the Galapagos-Wolf Volcano at 1,707m.
Home to scientific research stations, which offers visitors the best chance of a close up encounter with giant tortoises.
This tiny island has one of the biggest sea lion colonies in the archipelago.
The southernmost island has a breath taking variety of flora and fauna. Waved Albatross, Giant Tortoise and Red Marine Iguana are highlights.
One of the richest central islands in terms of birdlife, with a large population of frigate birds, blue-footed boobies and gulls.
A great island for birdwatchers; see the rare red-footed booby, tropic birds, petrels and short eared owls.
Astounding volcanic landscapes dotted with lava cacti. The Bolivar Channel is the best place in the Galapagos to spot dolphins and whales.
Fascinating human history; see the ‘post office’ established by whalers in 1793. Snorkel at Devil’s Crown for a chance to see sting rays, penguins and sea lions.