Galapagos Islands Honeymoon with almost twenty Islands to enjoy is becoming an spectacular destination for honeymooners.
The Galapagos Islands are an Archipelago of several Islands located to the west of South America, right in the Pacific Ocean.
They belong to the country of Ecuador and they are without a doubt one of the most stunning and beautiful natural environments in the world.
Isabela Island is the largest one of this Archipelago. There you will have access to many incredible attractions and also to some interesting places like the Giant Tortoise Breeding Center.
On the other hand, Santa Cruz is the most important Island in terms of population and facilities, with several towns where you can enjoy wonderful experiences.
You can spend your Galapagos Islands honeymoon in the town of Puerto Ayora where tourism is quite important and where honeymooners will find many interesting activities to enjoy together.
Ever been to a place so wild that the animals are not afraid of humans?
That's the Galapagos Islands, where visitors come face to face (sometimes literally) with birds, sea lions, giant tortoises, and a wide variety of other wildlife—including more than 50 animal species found nowhere else in the world.
The Galapagos Islands' biological diversity played an important role in shaping Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
A tour of the Galapagos Islands might be expensive, but you can choose one of our new Economic Galapagos Tours staying in one of our recognized hotels with wonderful facilities and spectacular honeymoon suites that offer comfort, pleasure and romance.
On site dining options, swimming pool, amazing outdoor spaces and room service are just a few of the possibilities that are offered and that make of our hotels a must for every honeymooner.
We work with only the most reputable hotels and yacht combinations that provide a total quality experience (including the best and most reputable naturalist guides) at great value.
Or you can choose from one of these affordable Galapagos Island Cruises to visit this Archipelago during your Galapagos Islands honeymoon.
The Galapagos Islands continue to lure visitors to walk in Darwin's footsteps. Besides, Ecuador is worth a visit on its own.
Each Island in Galapagos has a different landscape, different set of wildlife and each one is fascinating in its own right.
Put them all together and you have one of the most unbelievable areas in the world.
The Galapagos Islands are Hawaiian-style volcanic Islands that are relatively young between 3-5 million years old. As the Western most Islands are younger and taller with the eastern/southern Islands older and flatter, it is truly amazing to see the difference in landscape between the Islands that are so close together.
That said the true star of the Galapagos Islands is the wildlife, both on the land and in the water.
With numerous endemic species, you are guaranteed to see something you have never seen before.
From the famous blue footed booby, to its cousin the red footed booby, giant tortoises, marine iguanas, lizards, sea lions on almost every Island, whales, sea turtles, waved albatross, hawks, rays, you will be blown away by the amount of animals you see.
One of the first stops on any Galapagos Islands honeymoon vacation is the Charles Darwin Research Station at Santa Cruz Island, where you can observe the giant Galapagos tortoises that captivated Darwin first hand.
From there, you and your loved one can travel to Bartolome Island and climb up wooden steps to the top of an extinct volcano.
No Galapagos Islands honeymoon vacation would be complete without a visit to red sandy shores of Rabida Island, where you can snorkel with sea lions.
Espanola Island is the best place to see the famous blue footed boobies perform their mating dance and is a must on any Galapagos Islands honeymoon vacation.
You can also go surfing off of San Cristobal Island and watch the sunset with your loved one on its beautiful sandy shores.
You can book your Galapagos Islands honeymoon vacation anytime of the year, but be sure to book your trip with at least 6 months in advance, because there's a lot of demand.
The Galapagos Islands are a sheltered place far removed from the usual concerns, where the skies are almost always sunny, and sea breezes instantly relax the body.
It is an ideal choice for couples who crave a variety of nature walks, snorkeling, sea kayaking, and small boat excursions.
Visitors today marvel at an abundance of highly adapted creatures found nowhere else on Earth. Those looking to take the trip of a lifetime on their honeymoon will not go wrong with a trip to the Galapagos Islands.