Lovingly called the enchanted islands by locals, the archipelago is famous for being a living laboratory of the evolution theory of Darwin. The volcanic islands are a spectacular scenery for wildlife watching, both on land and underwater – and it is a beautiful journey for all ages to one of the world’s most unique natural treasures.
step you take on the Galapagos is an experience, as the most unique
sensation here is to really be a guest of nature, welcomely invited
by all its inhabitants, from the curious and playful sealions to the
slow-walking giant tortoises, to the dancing blue footed boobies and
patient land iguanas. All are great hosts and make for wonderful
memories and lessons of evolution.
Galapagos is a destination filled with EXPERIENCES! Talk to your Biulu Travel Creator to incorporate the experiences that you would like to have during your travels to the Galapagos – combine and play with combination between land-based and live-aboard to experience the best of both worlds!
people think that Galapagos can only passively be observed, being a
spectator of this natural beauty, while a guide explains about the
species that you see. But you can also discover the Galapagos
actively, and join the different species in their natural habitat!
Kayak, SUP, snorkelling, mountain biking and hiking are activities
that can be done from the different inhabited islands, while Enjoying
the marvellous wonders they have to offer.
Many argue that the Galapagos are even more beautiful in its 133,000
square kilometres marine reserve underwater – to be discovered
especially while scuba diving. A live-aboard cruise is not the only
way to dive at the Galapagos, although it is the only way to discover
the most northern islands famous for its numerous hammerhead shark
population. A island-based program can also be designed, including
diving day tours to the different diving spots around the
archipelago. And do not forget it is never too late to learn a new
skill, and what is a better place to learn how to dive and obtain
your PADI certificate at the Galapagos Islands.
is a living laboratory, and here it is easy to observe the impact
that humankind had on the natural habitat of other species. But also,
here we can see how big an impact we can have on nature, also
positively, with small actions. Experiment camping on a permaculture
farm, help to combat invasive species by eradicating them and
replacing them with native and endemic species, volunteer for a day
at a beach clean-up or get to know a bit more about the local history
of humans on the Galapagos by listening to stories while doing a