5 Things About the Galapagos Islands

Wavy albatrosses on Espanola Island

Wavy albatrosses on Espanola Island

Even if your ship is classified a luxury vessel, it will be much smaller than it appears in the brochure. You can book a cabin away from the engine room, but it then will be next to the anchor. Either one cures narcolepsy.

* Mornings and afternoons you will visit the various islands. You get there by panga, or dinghy, from your ship. Some landings are wet and some are dry. Dry is a relative term. You will stay dry as long as you don’t fall in the water when exiting the dinghy.

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About Rene

About Ecuador, Galápagos, the Hospitality & Tourism industry, Conservation and personal Tidbits from a Swiss Hôtelier working in Ecuador & Galapagos and committed to supporting and encouraging local youngsters in Education, Sports and Environmental protection via my Foundation "Nova Galápagos."
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