Family Fun in the Galapagos Islands

Family Fun in the Galapagos Islands

There are many reasons for visiting the Galapagos Islands. This exciting destination makes it onto the bucket list of most travelers on account of its unique wild beauty, interesting endemic wildlife, and history. It’s also a wonderful place to experience by way of a cruise ship, especially when the ship comes with a certified naturalist guide, comfortable berths, and delicious meals.

The unique beauty of the Galapagos also make this archipelago a fine destination for a romantic getaway, and as a fun, fantastic family vacation. These are a few of the reasons why the Galapagos are just as fun for the family as they are for couples and the adventurous, single traveler:

  • Comfortable: Did we already mention comfortable? It always deserves a second mention when taking a cruise in these beautiful islands. There are several ships to choose from and they vary in terms of amenities but all are going to give every traveler a comfortable, easy-going experience.
  • Adventure: Yes, a visit to the Galapagos is a blend of comfort and adventure. The naturalist guide will take you on hikes through unique landscapes, point out flamingos and other exotic birds, and explain how to tell the difference between Land and Marine Iguanas.
  • Giant Tortoises: Kids of all ages love seeing these huge reptiles, and you can’t see them anywhere else. Learn about them at breeding centers for these amazing reptiles.
  • Beautiful beaches: Visit them during the cruise and spend some quality time with the family on quiet beaches after the tour is over.

Take the family to the Galapagos, Ecuador for a trip of a lifetime!

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