About 1000 kilometers off the coast of Ecuador lies the archipelago with its 130 islands. Even if you would like to visit all , we regret to disappoint you, because not all islands are accessible to tourists. Since 1978, the Galapagos Islands have been listed on the UNESCO list of the world Natural heritage, and the protection of this unique biosphere is accordingly high.
In Las Tintoreras you will find a similar landscape as on a tour of Los Tuneles. If you are lucky, you can also discover the cute little Galapagos penguins! What will definitely run along the way are fiery red crabs that stick like small dots on the black lava rock. Those who have not seen enough of the underwater world should make a trip to the Concha de Perla.
Santa Cruz Island Santa Cruz, which is the most popular island. The beautiful bay of Tortuga Bay not only has the longest sandy beach of the Galapagos Islands, but is also home to numerous sea lizards. Your way from Puerto Ayora there is a bit cumbersome ,but you can already discover numerous colourful birds and well camouflaged creeps during your walk to the beach.
The Island Of Isabela Is The Largest Of The Galapagos Islands
It is known for its diverse underwater world. Through five fused volcanoes, this beautiful spot of Earth was created. The Volcano Sierra Negra is one of the most active volcanoes. Its crater measures gigantic ten kilometers in diameter and is thus the second largest in the world.