Tuesday, September 18, 2012

All Year Round Trip to the Galapagos

There are so many luxury cruises to choose from, but the Galapagos can give you the chance to step into history. An archipelago that is part of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands was declared as a national park after the publication of Charles Darwin’s "Origin of the Species". Curious cruisers around the world trooped to the islands to see its unique wildlife and see the place that has been the basis for one of the world’s leading scientific principles.

Going on a cruise in the Galapagos Islands allows you to see some marine animals endemic only in the islands including the Galapagos giant tortoise, sea lions, penguin, marine iguana, and Darwin’s finches. You will have experienced and expert guides to help you see the wildlife up close. You will never miss out the cruise since cruises operate all year-round, so you can go anytime at your convenience.

You have so many Galapagos cruises to choose from with different accommodations. Choose one that offers a wide range of diversity like seeing evolution in action. Through this, you will be able to experience what Darwin experienced firsthand – the evolution of animals and how they evolved differently from each other. Your vacation will not only be enjoyable, but a learning experience as well.

The Galapagos Cruise can help you achieve your dream of seeing wildlife at its finest, and it is better to plan your trip from June to December, as these are the cooler months perfect for wildlife viewing, while the rest of the year is perfect for snorkeling.

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