Galapagos Kayak Adventures

Galapagos Kayak is another exciting activity this Archipelago has to offer to its visitors...


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Kayak between sea lions, marine iguanas, and colorful tropical fish.

In these Islands you can sail past groups of blue footed boobies, observe seal lions and Fur seals resting on rocky beaches, and ride around peaceful inlets and mangrove bays.

Kayaking in Galapagos will allow you to see the wonderful wildlife of these Islands in a closer and more personal way from behind the paddle of a sea kayak, providing you a more intimate journey in the enchanting Galapagos Islands.

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Explore the Island's oceanic geologic origins, diverse wildlife, rich sea life, and intriguing natural history all of which are unique on this planet.

You do not have to be an athlete to enjoy your Galapagos kayak adventure. The techniques of paddling are relatively simple and easy to learn.

The sea kayak is a low-impact, non-technical self propelled craft that has been used for centuries by the ancient Inuit culture in the Arctic Ocean.

Imagine yourself in the Galapagos Islands, gliding into a solitary bay and finding a beach inhabited solely by sea lions, marine turtles or large, mysterious marine iguanas.

Or imagine kayaking in the warm misty ocean and out of the clear a marine turtle comes up for air right next to you.

Explore lava channels, coves, turquoise waters, white sand beaches, up-close from your kayak.

You'll be surrounded by true nature, peace and spectacular wildlife as you kayak around the Galapagos.

Words cannot describe the magical wonder of exploring these islands on the Pacific Ocean where the birds and animals have little or no fear of humans.

Don't miss the opportunity to swim with sea lions, marine iguanas, turtles, rays, hammerhead sharks and more.

You will also watch pelicans and boobies dive for fish. (That's quite a view)

You can have the opportunity to do Snorkeling in the Galapagos Sea in crystal clear water rich with exotic fish and, if you adventurous, swim with sharks.

Galapagos kayak activity has always marveled visitors every time they visit this Archipelago.

You will have the unique opportunity to re-discover the wonders of these set of Islands by yourself, just like Tomas de Berlanga or Charles Darwin did many centuries ago.

The Galapagos Islands have been a national park of Ecuador since 1959 and Metropolitan Touring was one of the first travel companies to organized tourism in the 1960s.

This Archipelago is a dream of a place to visit due to its famed natural history and remarkable Galapagos Animals (most of them endemic to the Islands).

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These remote Islands are worldwide known and access to the Islands is restricted and regulated in an effort to preserve and protect the Galapagos Islands Eco-system.

Most cruise ships like Santa Cruz Ship and Isabela II Yacht offer Galapagos kayak activities as well as snorkeling and diving for the more enthusiast.

Visit the Galapagos Islands and discover its exotic wildlife surrounded by its Spectacular Landscapes and exciting nature coupled with stunning sunsets.

Recommended Reading

Ecuador & Galapagos (Insight Guides)

Ecuador & Galapagos (Insight Guides)
With 250 photos and tons of great information, this is an essential addition to your pre-Ecuador and -Galapagos reading! There are better guides if you are only interested in the islands, but for a combination trip taking in Ecuador as well, it's hard to beat.

Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands

Birds, Mammals, and Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands
Small enough to fit into your pocket, yet containing comprehensive information and pictures of all the species you will encounter in the islands, this book is a must-have for nature lovers. Let's face it, Galapagos is largely about the wildlife. This book will NOT disappoint, and you'll have a great memento of your time with the seals, penguins and tortoises!

Galapagos: The Islands That Changed the World

Galapagos: The Islands That Changed the World
Definitely NOT a tourist's guide, but if you're like me, and find the history and geography of the islands irresistible, then this is a title you ought to invest in. Stunningly illustrated, and painstakingly researched, those of you who have been there will be enchanted again -- and those of you who have not will begin planning your trip!

Moon Spotlight Galapagos Islands

Moon Spotlight Galapagos Islands
If you're a seasoned Galapagos regular, then you will probably prefer something weightier. But for first-timers looking for simple, down-to-earth advice on where to go, what to see and the best shopping and eating on the islands, this is the book for you. Small, well-priced, and reliable!

Galapagos: Islands Born of Fire

Galapagos: Islands Born of Fire
The 10th anniversary edition of this photographer's tour of the Galapagos Islands is a stunning book, worthy of anybody's coffee table. This is a perfect post-trip talking point -- a great way to remember what you've seen, and spread the word amongst your envious friends!

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If you have questions about Galapagos kayak adventures, You can post them on our Galapagos FAQ Page and if you'd like to request more information about our recommended Galapagos Holiday Packages to explore this Archipelago, You can Contact us here

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