Galapagos Travel Guides
Before visiting the Galapagos archipelago, Rainforest Cruises advises to read through a few comprehensive Galapagos travel guides to get a better understanding of how to go to the Galapagos Islands and what to expect once you are there. Given the nature of the destination, travelers to the Galapagos will need to be adequately prepared for what's to come, from choosing between Santa Cruz Island or San Cristobal as the start off point for Galapagos cruises and guided day tours to packing lists and Galapagos weather guides.
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Galapagos Islands Vacations, particularly cruise travel, have grown in popularity in recent years. Since Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution catapulted the Galapagos Islands onto the world stage, this mystifying archipelago has remained one of the most fascinating destinations.
A Machu Picchu and Galapagos combined tour is not as complicated as it may seem. The ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu, is a must-visit on any South American adventure. Meanwhile, the unique and mystical Galapagos Islands, also feature highly on many traveler’s bucket lists.
In search of an extra special place to spend a romantic vacation? From luxury cruise vessels to indulgent lodges, timeless landscapes to iconic wildlife, Rainforest Cruises has gathered all the relevant information you need for an unforgettable stay in this truly honeymoon-worthy destination.
At Rainforest Cruises, our cruises and tour extensions are designed to encompass many of the continent’s most rewarding highlights, including such legendary destinations as the Amazon, Machu Picchu, Rio de Janeiro, Iguazu Falls and Galapagos.
The warm climate, sunny skies and abundance of wildlife in the Galapagos Islands will no doubt amaze you and the destination makes for a fantastic year round vacation option.There are so many reasons to visit the Galapagos, and weather is surely one of them.
Before visiting the Galapagos Islands, Rainforest Cruises recommends mapping out which islands you would like to visit and understanding what wildlife you'll see on those islands. Take a look at our Galapagos Islands map above to start planning your Galapagos cruise today.