The following Galapagos Video will show you some of the unique activities you can enjoy in the Galapagos Islands.
You will see images of its wildlife and marine life that represent one of the most amazing features of these Islands.
The Galapagos landscapes are also spectacular mainly due to the volcanic origin of this Archipelago.
On most of the Islands, there are landing points where the rafts of the cruise ships can land, You either make a wet or dry landing. Watch the video on the image below.
All over the Islands you can see how the lava has been flowing over centuries and molding the rock, creating beautiful lava sceneries.
Some flat Islands like North Seymour and the lava formations create attractive shapes on the beaches.
You'll be able to distinguish this Island (North Seymour) clearly from the airplane when you arrive to the Galapagos Archipelago.
The Galapagos Islands are the only place on Earth where the animals like: birds and reptiles, show no fear to humans.
In fact they are indeed very friendly and consider you as part of their environment.
This Galapagos Islands video was recorded by Metropolitan Touring which is one of the leading travel companies in Galapagos. This travel company offers you four options to visit this Archipelago:
The Galapagos Islands are located North West of South America, exactly 600 miles to the West of the coast of Ecuador (This is the country to which the Galapagos belong) in the Pacific Ocean.
This Archipelago is composed by 13 major Islands, 6 smaller ones and more than 40 islets.
Only four Islands are inhabited, these are: Isabela, Santa Cruz, San Cristobal and Florena.
Galapagos: The Islands That Changed the World
The Galapagos Islands are full of gorgeous scenery and exotic wildlife. And this video shows it all, thanks to stunning cinematography shot from all viewpoints: the air, sea and, of course, land. The collection is both soothing and exhilarating.
This exciting video prepares travelers for an expedition to the Galapagos Islands by combining outstanding visual images of the flora and fauna of this Archipelago with a description of the Islands' natural history and unique ecosystems.
You will observe fascinating creatures such as the Galapagos tortoises, land and marine iguanas, colorful small lizards, and a vast assortment of birds.
This Galapagos video concludes with an account of human presence in the Islands from Darwin's visit to the tourism of today.