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1. What is the best month to visit Galapagos?
When choosing the ideal month to visit the Galapagos Islands, there are three things to consider: the weather, the crowds, and the wildlife.ClimateUnlike many wildlife sanctuaries around the world that can be found in the vast expanses of our planet, the Galapagos Islands are conveniently located right at the center of our globe, on the equator. Areas near or on the equator receive a lot of sunlight due to the tilt of the earth. Because more sunlight falls in these areas, this part of the world has only two seasons and the Galapagos Islands enjoy very stable air and water temperatures year-round. This makes them a great year-round destination for travelers from all over the world, and there really is no 'best' or 'worst' time to visit the islands when it comes to the weather. In all the years we have been offering luxury Galapagos cruises, we have never had a guest return home and say they wish they had visited the islands a different month than they did. Visit our Galapagos weather and climate page for a detailed chart of air and water temperatures for each month of the year.crowdsThe peak travel season generally lasts from mid-December to January and June to August, which coincides with the general public holiday and vacation months of the Northern Hemisphere. If you plan your Galapagos cruise in the "popular" holiday months, we recommend that you book your trip at least 6 months before your desired travel date, if possible even earlier. If you plan to travel during the Christmas or New Year weeks, book at least a year in advance, if not two. For those who are flexible with their travel plans, we recommend traveling during the months of January, February, September and October. These months fall right after the 'popular' holiday months, meaning you'll see fewer visitors to the national park but still enjoy incredible weather and spectacular wildlife encounters.Fauna SilvestreAs for the fauna of the Galápagos Islands, there is no "best" or "worst" time to see the animals that are considered the islands' "main attraction". Since almost all of the animal species you see on the islands came here by floating on logs or plant beds or being blown by the wind, they made the islands their permanent home and did not migrate. This means iconic must-see species such as the Galapagos penguin, flightless cormorant, marine iguana, land iguana, blue-footed booby, Galapagos hawk, furry sea lion, California sea lion and many others year-round spend in the Galapagos Islands and can be seen at any time of the year. Some species in the Galápagos are migratory, meaning they are not found on the islands year-round. These include whales, wave albatrosses and some petrels and tassels. To see these species, we recommend traveling between August and October. You can continue reading our When to Visit the Galapagos Islands page for a detailed monthly breakdown of weather and wildlife.
2. Which cruise lines go to the Galapagos Islands?
From the time the Galápagos Islands were declared a national park in the late 1950s and until about 2010, all ships in the Galápagos Islands were operated by local Ecuadorian companies (although some were operated by international cruise brands). In case you didn't know, the Galapagos Islands are part of the state of Ecuador. However, around 2010 major international cruise lines began to take an interest in the Galápagos Islands and companies such as Celebrity, Silversea, Disney and Hurtigruten have already started offering cruises in the archipelago. All of these major cruise lines operate 100-passenger vessels, which is the largest vessel size allowed in the Galapagos National Park and Marine Reserve. For those of you who have sailed on major cruise lines, 100 passengers may sound like a very small number and seem like an intimate experience, but in the Galapagos, these ships are equivalent to the 1,000 passenger ships on other popular cruises. Ships. . Destinations For the best Galapagos experience, we recommend choosing luxury yachts with 36 passengers or fewer.
3. Where do Galapagos cruises depart from?
Galapagos cruises depart from 3 locations within the archipelago: Baltra Island, the port city of Puerto Ayora (on Santa Cruz Island) and the port city of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (on San Cristóbal Island). Galapagos cruises do not depart from mainland Ecuador. You must first take a domestic flight from Quito or Guayaquil to the Galapagos. When you book your cruise with Quasar Expeditions, you don't have to worry about the logistics of getting to the Galapagos Islands and your cruise. We will make all the arrangements for you and take care of everything from your landing in mainland Ecuador to your departure. As a reference for those wanting to understand where and how Galapagos cruises depart, here's how it works. If your cruise departs from Baltra Island or the port city of Puerto Ayora, you will need to fly to Baltra Airport from the mainland (airport GPS code). Most Galapagos cruises today depart from Baltra Island and your guides will usually meet you at the airport to take you for a short coach ride to the bay where your Zodiacs will be waiting to transfer you to your ship. For boats departing from the port city of Puerto Ayora, to get here from Baltra Airport you need to take the airport bus (free) to Canal de Itabaca, cross the canal by ferry (US$1 per person) and then take one Bus ($3-5 per person) to Puerto Ayora or a taxi ($25) for the remaining 1 hour drive to the port. If your ship departs from the port city of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (often called San Cristobal Island), you will need to fly into San Cristobal Airport (SCY code) and then take a short bus ride to the pier from the city to board. Zodiac guiding you to your ship.
4. How much does it cost to sail in Galapagos?
We're often asked what a luxury cruise to the Galapagos Islands costs, and the answer depends on the type of accommodation and experience you're looking for.reach the equatorAs for flights, there are no direct international flights to the Galapagos Islands. Those visiting the archipelago must first fly to the cities of Quito or Guayaquil on mainland Ecuador and then connect to the Galapagos Islands. Many major airlines offer international flights to Quito and Guayaquil, including Copa Airlines, Aeroméxico, American Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Jet Blue, Avianca, Latam and Iberia. Check with any airline for the best possible flights to Ecuador, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $400 to even $800 if you're flying to Ecuador from the US, and anywhere from $900 to $1,500 if you're flying to Ecuador fly from Europe. In addition to international flights, you should also book domestic flights to the Galapagos Islands from Quito or Guayaquil. Depending on where you're flying (Guayaquil or Quito), airfares range from $470 to about $530 for adults and $360 to $400 for children. Remember that flight prices are always changing so it's best to always check with airlines like Latam and Avianca who currently have daily flights to the islands. Children under the age of 12 generally receive a substantial discount on domestic flights. You also have to pay for a mandatory transit card (used to track visitors and ensure they stay on the islands for no more than 3 months) and it costs $20 per person.Spend a few days on the mainland before flying to the GalapagosFor anyone interested in a Galapagos cruise, we strongly recommend adding at least 2 nights in mainland Ecuador to the end of your trip to make up for delays, cancellations or luggage problems. The amount you spend on your trips to the mainland depends on the type of hotel you stay in and whether you decide to go sightseeing in Ecuador. But it's always best to plan at least a few days in mainland Ecuador as part of your overall Galapagos travel budget.Entrance to the Galapagos National ParkOnce in the Galapagos, non-Ecuadorians must pay a fee of US$100 for adults and US$50 for children under 12. Discounts are available for Ecuadorians and some Andean countries that are members of the Andean Pact.Galapagos cruise pricesGalapagos is considered an expensive cruise destination no matter what type of traveler you are. However, as a general rule, you can use the guidelines below to book the best Galapagos cruise within your budget. Galapagos cruise deals are available from time to time.
- Economy cruises:In terms of accommodation, these cruises are equivalent to 1 and 2 star hotels and can range from $250 to $430 per person per day. This usually includes accommodation, meals, excursions and all non-alcoholic beverages. A week-long budget cruise can cost anywhere from $1,800 to around $3,000 per person.
- Superior Tourist Cruises:Cruises in this category are equivalent to a 3-star hotel and start at around $450 per person per day and range up to around $600. A week-long premium sightseeing cruise can cost anywhere from $3,100 to $4,200 per person
- First class cruises:First class cruises are equivalent to a 4 star hotel and cost between US$610 and about US$780 per person per day. A week-long sightseeing cruise can cost anywhere from $4,300 to $5,500 per person.
- Luxury Cruises:These luxury cruise ships are equivalent to a 5-star hotel in terms of accommodation and service. Luxurious Galapagos cruises start at $800 per person per day and go up to around $1,700 per person per day depending on which suite category you choose. A week-long Galapagos luxury cruise can cost anywhere from $6,000 to $12,000 per person.
Finally, you should always plan a certain budget for extras such as cash consumption, laundry, personal items and tips for guides and crew in your trip. Drink prices in the Galápagos Islands are high, mainly due to the taxes on importing alcohol into Ecuador and the cost of transporting alcohol to the islands. With tips, you can expect to pay crew and guides around $10 per person per day on economy boats and around $20 to $30 per person per day on luxury boats. You can also learn more about Galapagos travel in our FAQ on the Galapagos page.
5. Are Galapagos cruises worth it?
More than 97% of the Galápagos Archipelago is a national park, completely beyond the limits of human habitation. Only 3% of the islands are inhabited by people on which hotels can be built. If you think about it, exploring the Galapagos Islands on a cruise really is the only way to explore the 97% of the archipelago that is closed to human habitation. So for those of you wondering if a Galapagos cruise is worth it, the answer is: absolutely! Galapagos is a natural paradise that simply cannot be missed. They are the best place on earth for children and adults to safely get up close and interact with wild animals. Although a Galapagos cruise is considered an expensive cruise destination (see cruise cost question above), it ranks among the best cruise experiences in the world.
6. What's the best way to explore the Galapagos Islands?
There are two different ways to visit the Galapagos Islands: on a liveaboard that travels around the archipelago, or by staying in a hotel in one of the port towns and taking day trips from there. Choosing between staying in a hotel or visiting the Galapagos aboard a yacht is an easy decision once you understand how the Galapagos National Park is structured. 97% of the Galapagos Archipelago is a national park and closed to humans. Only 3% of the archipelago are human inhabited areas where hotels can be built. Most of the sights around the islands are only accessible aboard a boat that takes you on a cruise across the archipelago. The hotels are located in metropolitan areas, which are the only locations outside of the park. From here you can only visit the nearby places when the best ones are far away (due to less human presence throughout history). There are more than 40 national park landing sites on the islands where travelers can disembark or snorkel to see the animals up close in their natural habitat. More than 70% of these are not accessible when staying in a hotel. Only a few drop-off points are accessible from the hotels, mostly by day boats. All hotels compete for places on the day boats. If you're lucky enough to get a day boat, start the day with a speedboat ride to the drop-off point. These can be 2 hour journeys each way. Not great and really a waste of a good chunk of your day. Approved yachts that are allowed to live on board, on the other hand, arrive at your first landing spot before you wake up and you have the option to disembark and visit two different sites for up to 2.5 hours each, along with snorkeling, kayaking and hiking. by Panga. . Zodiac Tours Inter-island crossings operate at night when you sleep. You wake up refreshed with the next website visitor right on your doorstep. On our cruises this means you can see the inner and outer islands and the full spectrum of what Galapagos has to offer including many island landing sites beyond the reach of day boats. You spend the day on land or in calm water.
7. How long is the boat trip from Ecuador to Galapagos?
Unlike many island cruise destinations like the Galapagos, cruises in this part of the world do not depart from the mainland and then sail to the islands. The Galapagos Islands are 600 miles (1000 km) from the mainland which means it takes 2-3 days to get there from the mainland. This distance makes it impossible to sail from the mainland for a cruise, meaning all Galapagos cruises depart directly from the Galapagos Islands. You must first catch a domestic flight from mainland Ecuador to the Galapagos Islands before boarding your ship. If your ship departs from the islands of Baltra and Puerto Ayora, you must fly into Baltra Airport (GPS code) or San Cristóbal Airport (SCY code).
8. What should you pack for your Galapagos cruise?
Knowing that you have all the clothing and gear you need before you depart, that it works and fits well, provides peace of mind during your unique Galapagos cruise adventure. Remember to pack as lightly as possible so you can travel around Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands with peace of mind. To view a full list and download a packing checklist:Galapagos Packing List
9. How many days do you need for Galapagos?
To answer this question, you must first understand how the Galapagos Park handles cruise itineraries. Before 2012, all Galapagos tour boats visited the same places week after week. This took an ecological toll as multiple ships visited the same locations at the same time. Luckily, the Galápagos National Park came up with the idea that all boats have to wait 2 weeks before returning to the same place. This not only reduced the environmental impact and spread ships evenly across the islands, but also reduced the number of crossings and passengers at each location. Today, all boats licensed in the Galápagos make a two-week trip to the islands, divided into itineraries of varying durations of 3, 4, 5, 8, and even 15 days. This begs the question, how many days should you plan your Galapagos itinerary? If you have the time and the means, you can stay on the same yacht for two whole weeks and see almost everything there is to see, both on land and at sea. However, most travelers cannot do this, so here are alternatives. On the other end of the spectrum, the biggest mistake travelers should avoid is not having enough time to experience the islands. It's a long road and a fair effort to get there. Much of the first and last day of each itinerary is spent traveling between the mainland and the Galápagos Islands, and when you arrive make sure you step inside the park where all the animal action happens. As an example, we refer to a 3-day trip to the Galapagos Islands as “the airport tour”. The reason to visit Galapagos is not for the airports or even the port towns, but to encounter all these amazing animals in the national park. If you don't leave enough time, you must leave just as you begin to relax and appreciate the wonderful wildlife experiences the islands have in store. Our 36+ years sailing the Enchanted Islands has shown us that an 8 day safari style yachting experience is ideal and receives rave reviews. It offers many opportunities for maximum animal encounters and relaxation. For more information on this and related topics, visit our blog: Mistakes to Avoid When Planning Your Galapagos Cruise.
The 9 Best Places to Visit in the Galapagos Islands
This is the year for you to finally travel the Galapagos Islands! Picture yourself in the Darwin Archipelago is the perfect way to start planning your trip, but you need to make sure you see the best these majestic islands have to offer. If you're not sure which Galapagos Islands cruise itinerary to choose, check out our top 9 visitor-tested, quasar-approved, and traveler-tested sites and make sure you visit as many as possible.
- 1Rabida-Strand,Insel Rabida
- 2thorny point,Fernandina-Insel
- 3Sullivans Bay,Santiago Island
- 4elizabeth bay,Isabel Island
- 5Ponta Vicente Roca,Isabel Island
- 6Darwin Bay Strand,Genovesa-Insel
- 7Punta Suarez,spanish island
- 8P.O. Box,Florianinsel
- 9Charles-Darwin-Station,Santa Cruz Island
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1. Rabida-Strand,Insel Rabida
A surprise among the pristine white sands of the Galápagos Islands is a mesmerizing sight you just can't miss: the rusty red sands of Rábida Island. At first glance, it may seem like you are experiencing an optical illusion. How can a sandy beach be so bright red? The iron content of the volcanic rocks on Ilha da Rábida is so high that exposure to air oxidizes the rocks, turning beaches, soil and cliffs red.
2. Thorny Point,Fernandina-Insel
This is one of our favorite spots for its abundant wildlife. Wildlife regularly seen at this unique site includes marine iguanas dodging pilot snakes, Sally Lightfoot crabs, California sea lions, flightless cormorants, Galapagos hawks and 3 species of herons.
3. Sullivans Bay,Santiago Island
Some travelers say that walking through Sullivan's Bay on the island of Santiago feels like stepping on the face of the moon. As you traverse the unique volcanic landscape, navigate lava formations and fissures that reshaped the island just over a century ago, with viewpoints gleaming like a giant obsidian sculpture in the equatorial sun.
4. Isabel Bay,Isabel Island
Elizabeth Bay, a tranquil cove on the east coast of Isabela Island, is one of the finest designated kayaking spots in the Galapagos National Park. Quasar guests of all ages enjoy zigzagging along turquoise shores and wild bays at a pace that allows for Kodak moments amid unforgettable landscapes.
5. Ponta Vicente Roca,Isabel Island
Punta Vicente Roca, located in the extreme northwest of Isabela Island, is one of the most interesting and diverse dive sites in the archipelago. The nutrient-rich waters and cool-water updrafts attract a variety of rare creatures, making it a favorite of quasar travelers.
6. Darwin Bay Beach,Genovesa-Insel
Bahía Darwin Beach is located on Genovesa Island, also known as the “Island of the Birds”. More than any other in the Galápagos, this bay is a true bird watcher's delight. The bustling activity of large frigatebirds, red-footed boobies, yellow-crowned night herons and swallow-tailed gulls contrasts with the bay's white coral sand and calm ocean waves.
7. Suarez point,spanish island
One of the oldest of the Galápagos Islands, Española seems to be the chosen haunt for some of the world's rarest creatures. On Quasar Expeditions photo safari cruises, travelers can interact with naturalists who lead the spotting of wildlife, including baby sea lions and marine iguanas with red and turquoise markings. Your camera's memory cards fill up quickly.
8. post office,Florianinsel
Floreana Island is popular with travelers not only for the beauty of its unique lava caves and stunning beaches, but also for the bewildering presence of its famous mailbox and history. To date, the sealless system is quite effective.
9. Charles-Darwin-Station,Santa Cruz Island
As you journey through Santa Cruz Island's six distinct vegetation zones, you'll have the coveted opportunity to observe the otherworldly creatures and cosmic terrain that first fascinated Charles Darwin and led to studies that forever changed the course of evolutionary history and science would. . .
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Luxury cruises in Galapagos
The Galapagos Islands are one of the most memorable travel destinations in the world and every day is filled with unforgettable moments. Opportunities to see wildlife and lush nature are everywhere aboard our luxury Galapagos tours, and your sense of wonder will grow with each new encounter. Looking beyond the sheer beauty of the islands lies the bulk of culture and history; It was these islands that Darwin studied in depth to develop his "theory of evolution." There are many ways to see the islands, but the best is aboard our luxury Galapagos cruise. The large number of islands are best visited by boat, as many are uninhabited, and by Quasar Expeditions; Having won the #1 Travel and Leisures Award for Best Small Ship Cruise Line 5 years running, they are an excellent choice. We focus on taking our guests' experience to the next level and turning exceptional vacations into the journey of a lifetime.
Why visit Galapagos with Quasar Expeditions?
Based on a young couple's dream to show the world the islands, Quasar Expeditions was founded in 1986 and remains a family business with thousands of success stories. We are the oldest and most experienced luxury travel company in the Galapagos and truly consider the islands a home away from home. Our focus is on sustainable travel and we are partners in the Global Compact and the Zero Waste Project. Our passion is to preserve the environment so future generations can enjoy the same Galapagos experiences and tours that we enjoy today.
Luxury cruise to the Galapagos Islands
The archipelago's wildlife-rich islands are best accessed by boat as they are generally more remote, so booking a luxury Galapagos cruise is a wise decision. Most of the islands remain uninhabited, meaning many of the sights you will see are completely untouched. Dense forests, pristine beaches and large groups of animals are on the program! Having won awards for our small ship cruises and sustainable tours, it is clear that we have the knowledge and experience to truly offer the best luxury Galapagos cruise.
Why we have the best luxury cruises and Galapagos island tours
What better way to relax, unwind, and reconnect with nature than cruising on one of Earth's most remarkable archipelagos? Quasar Expeditions offers luxury Galapagos toursSmall ship cruisesto ensure access to the most sensitive islands that large ships cannot access. Quasar Expeditions truly cares about our guest's experience, offering high quality luxury tours with world class naturalist guides. Our company was built on a desire to introduce the world to the treasures of the Galapagos Islands and we strive to do so with every trip. The main elements of our tours are;small boats- we know the difference a small tour group can make. Being away from the crowds makes the trip that much more personal and allows for deeper connections with the rest of the group and the earth.Lots of wildlife encounters.- Everywhere you look there are opportunities to find wildlife; Sea lions, seals, flamingos, turtles and iguanas are regularly found on the islands. There are many opportunities for snorkeling and whale watching on our cruises, and a large number of birds roam the skies.World Class Guide- our references often refer to our guides as one of the main factors in their success. All of our guides are friendly, passionate and have a genuine love for the environment and their work. Our guests always say that it is our guides that make Quasar Expeditions one of the best tour operators in the Galapagos!
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|Mes||low average||average size||average water temperature||Average rainfall (highlands only)|
|JANUARY||22 °C||30 °C||24,5 °C||1.0 inch / 2.5 cm|
|FEBRUARY||24 °C||30 °C||25 °C||1.0 inch / 2.5 cm|
|MARCH||24 °C||31 °C||25 °C||2.0 inch / 5.1 cm|
|APRIL||24 °C||31 °C||25 °C||1.5 inch / 3.8 cm|
|MAYONNAISE||22 °C||28 °C||24,5 °C||0.75 inch / 1.9 cm|
|JUNE||21 °C||26 °C||23 °C||0.25 inch / 0.6 cm|
|JULIO||20 °C||26 °C||22 °C||0.5 inch / 1.3 cm|
|AUGUST||19 °C||26 °C||21,5 °C||0.25 inch / 0.6 cm|
|SEPTEMBER||19 °C||26 °C||22 °C||1.3 inch / 2.5 cm|
|OCTOBER||20 °C||26 °C||22,5 °C||0.25 inch / 0.6 cm|
|NOVEMBER||21 °C||26 °C||23 °C||0.5 inch / 1.3 cm|
|DECEMBER||22 °C||27 °C||22,5 °C||0.5 inch / 1.3 cm|
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