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Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands is a natural heritage site that is recognized by UNESCO. There are about 13 main islands and several smaller islands in the archipelago of Galapagos. This was the first uninhabited archipelago discovered by Spaniards. In 1835, this island was visited by Charles Darwin and he mentioned the beauty of the wild life and vegetation in letters home.

Several unadulterated species of animals can be found in Galapagos Islands. The top picks are the marine iguana, the giant tortoise and the blue footed booby. There were a great many species of birds and animals that were present during Darwin around 200 years ago.

A tour to Galapagos Islands is costlier either by air or by cruise ships. To experience the outstanding natural beauty and snorkel in the beautiful waters, you should consider cruising ships. The entrance fees to the parks are high and the Galapagos Islands are a place that is focused on catering to real nature enthusiasts. There are a range of stunning wild life species that cannot be found elsewhere is a specialty of the archipelago, this is the main reason for the thousands of tourists finding the Galapagos Islands a great place to enjoy.

If you plan to visit the Galapagos Islands, prepare to be involved in a cruise, as this is the ultimate means to explore the true wonders of the islands. If you simply book hotels and take island tours, then you will miss a lot of things. Cruises also allow you to snorkel and dive at the best places in the island. These sports are very popular in the island, not to be missed in your trip. Allow yourself time to enjoy the full range of experiences and enjoy your holiday on the Galapagos Islands without missing out on anything by booking only a few days on the islands.

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