The Galapagos Islands are located on both sides of the equatorial line. It is formed by thirteen greater islands, six smaller islands, 42 islets and several rocks, which cover a total area of 7,850 km². The largest island is Isabela.
CRUISE THROUGH THE ENCHANTED ISLANDS
Traveling from island to island during the night is the best way to discover as many islands as possible. Visiting Galapagos and enjoying its rich gastronomy is an experience that everyone must have at least once in a lifetime. Traveling on a cruise combines comfort, adventure and nature in a single trip.
Just when you go deep in the water it appears an infinite variety of fishes and invertebrates. This beautiful reserve was declared by the UNESCO a World Heritage Site. The proliferation of species such as sea lions, sharks and seals make this paradise a unique place to practice snorkeling. This is an unforgettable tourist destination. Visit Ecuador!
The extraordinary flora and fauna, its geological features and the great amount of unique species have made this park a very important center for scientific research and nature tourism all around the world.
Our Island Hoppings enable you to visit multiple islands in the Galapagos without going on a cruise. They are designed for travellers that want to experience the Galapagos islands in a different way without having to be onboard the entire trip - instead you take speed boats or public transportation from island to island and stay nice and clean hostels or hotels on the islands. You can enjoy the highlights of the four inhabited islands of Galapagos (San Cristobel, Isabela, Floreana & Santa Cruz) - amazing destinations, great activities and accommodation on the islands: the perfect combination!
Why do Island Hopping on the Galapagos Islands instead of a cruise?
- You probably don´t get seasick so easily.
- You have more flexibility to explore the islands individually as on a cruise you are limited to fixed excursions on a fixed itinerary.
- You can spend more time with the locals and get a deeper inside into life and culture of the islands.
- You have more privacy and space - in a hotel or hostel room you generally have more space than in a cabin on a yacht.