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The Galápagos with Goway Travel

As if South America’s allure couldn’t get better, in comes the Galápagos Islands. These islands off the coast of Ecuador are where nature is revered over development, where Darwin is said to have started on his Theory of Evolution. The Galápagos are a view of uniqueness, in the true sense of the word.

 

  • Officially part of Ecuador, the Galápagos Islands have been removed from the coast throughout time. At about 563 mi off the coast, the islands weren’t recorded in history until 1535. This led to quite a different path in how the animals evolved. It is home to many species including iguanas, whales, sea lions and, arguably the most famous, the Giant Tortoise. Most of these, and far more, can be seen lazing about on shores and in forests – unafraid of their human visitors.

 

 

  • This island group is comprised of 18 main islands to explore. The largest of these are Isla Fernandina, Isla Isabela, Isla Santiago, Isla San Cristóbal and Isla Santa Cruz. Isla Santa Cruz the largest population and the town of Puerto Ayora can be found. The town hosts such sites as the Charles Darwin Research Institute, known for their continued work on ecosystems (studying and education), and the headquarters of the Galápagos National Park Service. Puerto Ayora is more than setup for the traveler, with plenty of lodging and restaurants. A short walk from the downtown area is Tortuga Bay, home to tortoise and marine iguanas.

 

 

  • Cruises to as many islands as possible are a must. The exclusive atmosphere of each island adds to really engaging with nature, to see it as vital piece of our world. The David Rodriguez Breeding Center on San Cristóbal, the easternmost island, is a great place to learn about the origin and evolution of the giant tortoise. Mosquera, an island approximately 2,000 ft by 120 ft, is where the traveler can see large groups of sea lions and even snorkel the beautiful waters. There are plenty of chances to scuba and snorkel among the islands, the waters being clear well into the depth of 100-foot.

 

 

A visit to these islands isn’t just a trip, it is a journey to foreign sites and species found nowhere else in the world. That’s why Goway Travel has setup multiple itineraries, both land-based and yacht-based, for the traveler to cruise through and hop along the Galápagos. A popular addition to a visit to the islands is a visit to nearby Machu Picchu. The world-renowned sights and adventures that await in the area are within the traveler’s grasp with Goway Travel.

 

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Specials with Goway

 

Machu Picchu & the Galapagos

Combine two of South America’s (and the world’s) greatest landmarks on one itinerary with built-in savings. After visiting Lima, spend a few days in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and see Machu Picchu. Then head to Quito and connect to the Galapagos Islands to explore their fascinating environments and see their incredible animals.

Cruising the Galapagos

The Galapagos Elite is specifically designed for sailing the s waters of these enchanted islands. A sleek, twin-hulled catamaran, it provides its guests with a steady, safe cruise without the rocking and swaying common to the older, single-hulled yachts that dominated the island cruise industry for decades.

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