The Galapagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago consisting of thirteen main islands, six smaller islands, and several small rocky islands. The Galapagos Islands are considered by many scientists to be an ‘other world’ when possessing a lot of endemic animal species that are almost impossible to find anywhere on this planet.
The Galapagos National Park is currently one of the most biologically diverse places in the world, with about 600 species of plants, 400 species of fish, 58 species of birds, 22 species of reptiles, and 6 species of mammals, including many species. Animals cannot be found anywhere else and many animal species are in danger of extinction.
To enjoy the majestic natural scenery, you can join cruises from small boats for 6-8 people to large ships for 100 people. The sea here is blue and very suitable for activities such as swimming, boating, windsurfing, etc.
The most famous beaches here are Tortuga Bay, Playa Ochoa, Playa Espumilla, etc. In particular, scuba diving is the favorite activity of tourists because of immersing in the vast ocean and freely exploring. Exploring, and learning about the life of lovely marine animals such as dolphins, whales, sea turtles, penguins, etc. is a unique experience in a lifetime.
There is a list of 14 official park rules for all visitors to follow. The most important of these is to stay with your guide, walking the marked trails and leaving no marks on the islands.
Travel magazine Travel and Leisure once voted Galapagos as the most beautiful archipelago on the planet because of its beauty unlike anywhere else, like a separate world of rare animals.
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