Galapagos Lastminutes Blog

  1. Galápagos safe to travel

    Galápagos safe to travel
    Corona Virus: Covid 19 (March 2021) The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented crisis which has impacted many aspects to all of us. The Galapagos Islands have been one of the destinations most affected by the covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Not so much in the health system but in its economy. It is an island that lives...
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  2. Day Tours to uninhabited islands

    Day Tours to uninhabited islands
    From the main islands Santa Cruz and San Cristóbal you can make a day tour. These day tours will go to some of the uninhabited islands on the Galapagos Islands. Day tours will be offered from Santa Cruz to the uninhabited islands: Bartolomé Bartolomé Island is a volcanic islet near the east coast of Santiago...
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  3. Weather and Wildlife Galapagos Islands

    Weather and Wildlife Galapagos Islands
    What is the best time due to the weather to visit the Galapagos Islands? Due to the weather on the Galapagos Islands the whole year you can go and visit these beautiful islands. On the Galapagos Islands you can find two different seasons in a year: The time period between December and May, the “wet...
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  4. Galapagos Islands Packing List

    Galapagos Islands Packing List
    What is on my packing list for my visit to the Galapagos Islands? It’s important to pack the right things for the most comfort and the best experience. We have created a general Galapagos Islands packing list for your trip. When planning your trip to the Galapagos Islands luggage restrictions for the flights are an...
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  5. Family Vacation Galapagos Islands

    Family Vacation Galapagos Islands
    To go on a Family vacation, the Galapagos Islands are the best place in the world to visit. It’s a fun way to share the wonders of nature as a family on these islands. The Galapagos Islands are situated about 1000 km from the coast of Ecuador. The Galapagos Islands are considered a natural heritage...
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