The Galapagos Islands

A Guide To Floreana Island

A Guide To Floreana Island

The isolated Floreana Island is one of the most popular islands on the archipelago. Its biodiversity and variety of endemic species make it an excellent island to explore.  Keep reading to learn why you can’t overlook Floreana during your Galapagos trip. If you are curious of Galapagos’ unique species, click…

6 Fun Facts About Galapagos’ Sea Lions

6 Fun Facts About Galapagos’ Sea Lions

One of the most cutest and friendliest  animals here in the Galapagos are our Sea Lions. These creatures are really fascinating and have qualities that are very hard to miss. However, you may not know everything about them. Read on to learn six fun facts about Sea Lions. They Live…

A Guide to Galapagos’ Dive Sites

A Guide to Galapagos’ Dive Sites

The Galapagos are famous not only for the unique wildlife on land, but also for the variety of life in its surrounding waters. The archipelago is considered to be one of the best dive sites in the world. The underwater volcanic landscape, clear water, and pristine temperatures attract plenty of…

Top 5 Things to do in San Cristobal Island

Top 5 Things to do in San Cristobal Island

San Cristóbal is the fifth largest and the easternmost island in the Galápagos archipelago. There are about 5,400 residents, making it home to the second largest human population in Galapagos, after Santa Cruz. Let’s dive into the top best things to do in San Cristobal Island. Cerro Tijeretas Cerro Tijeretas…

The Youngest Island in the Galapagos: Fernandina

The Youngest Island in the Galapagos: Fernandina

The Galapagos Islands is a place full of wonder. Its newest island Fernandina, is still being formed by the island’s own active volcano. However, this unique and special destination is worth visiting. Below we share some of the history and makings of this Island. Remarkable Geological Formation Fernandina Island has…

All about the Galapagos’ Scalesia

All about the Galapagos’ Scalesia

The Galapagos Islands have several unusual extraordinary species. One of these species is Scalesia, a type of daisy plant that can only be found in the archipelago. Keep on reading to learn more about of what makes this organism so unique. Height Scalesia is member of the daisy family, but…

A Quick Guide to Galápagos Wildlife

A Quick Guide to Galápagos Wildlife

The Galápagos Islands are home to a variety of endemic species, meaning they can be found nowhere else in the world. It is said that about 80% of the land birds, 97% of the reptiles and land mammals, and more than 30% of plants are unique to the Galapagos. The…

All You Need To Know About Española Island

All You Need To Know About Española Island

Española Island is one of the flattest islands in the Galapagos with one of the lowest elevations. Also, it’s among the oldest island in the archipelago. Also known as the Hood Island, it is a popular tourist stop. Read on to learn more about things to do about this extraordinary…

4 Secrets About The Galapagos Islands That Will Surprise You

4 Secrets About The Galapagos Islands That Will Surprise You

The Galapagos Islands are famous for their diverse and unique plants, animals and landscapes. But like many other destinations, the Galapagos Islands have well kept secrets that many people are unaware of and here are a few of them The Formation of The Islands The Galapagos Islands are made up…

The Highlands of Santa Cruz

The Highlands of Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is the second largest island of the archipelago, and its capital, Puerto Ayora, is the most populated urban centre in the Galapagos Islands. The island is a large dormant volcano home to black-lava shores, beautiful cliffs, and craters that produce jaw dropping landscapes. Continue reading to learn more…