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Is your time limited and do you want to experience as much of the sea life surrounding San Cristobal in one day? Do you like to learn more about Galapagos fishing techniques and do you like fresh fish for lunch? Then Galapagos Booking Travel offers you the perfect tour.

The Rosa Blanca or ‘360’ tour takes you all around the island in one day; Punta Puccuna, Sardina Bay, Rosa Blanca Bay and the amazing Kicker Rock will be the highlights of your day. During the tour local fishermen will show you their fishing techniques – the catch of the day will be your lunch on board.

You will be likely to see pelicans, frigates, blue footed boobies, dolphins, sea lions and marine turtles, and if you like snorkeling you might even see hammerhead sharks. The tour also visits a nice white beach with clear blue water for some swimming and relaxation.

Visit our website for more information:
http://galapagosbookingtravel.com/package/rosa-blanca-fishing/
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Bahia de Correos or Post Office Bay on Floreana Island is located along a white sand beach. Long used by whalers, the post office barrel has been in use since 1793. Today primarily tourists use the post office barrel, leaving a handful of postcards and in turn collecting postcards left by others. Although these days people often settle for someone from their own country, and simply add postage and drop things in the mail upon their return home, it is expected that people will take only those mailings destined for people that they can personally deliver to.

Will you help to keep the more than 200 year old established tradition of hand delivering the cards and letters alive?

Visit Bahia de Correos during our Floreana Island tour – for more information, visit our website:
http://galapagosbookingtravel.com/package/floreana/
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30/11/16
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The Galapagos penguin is the only penguin that lives north of the equator in the wild. It can survive due to the cool temperatures resulting from the Humboldt Current and cool waters from great depths brought up by the Cromwell Current.

It is the second smallest species of penguin, the average Galápagos penguin is 49 centimetres (19 in) long and 2.5 kilograms (5.5 lb) in weight.
The Galápagos penguin is found primarily on Fernandina Island and the west coast of Isabela Island, but small populations are scattered on other islands in the Galápagos archipelago.

Our Island Hopping Tours offer a great opportunity to see the Galapagos penguin! – Check our website for more information.

www.galapagosbookingtravel.com/island-hopping/
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How does Galapagos keep its natural diversity while so many tourists visit the islands?
The Galapagos authorities keep a close eye on all impacts on the marine and land environment to ensure a sustainable development. Today, Galapagos has contingency plans, wind energy systems, solid and liquid waste management plants, technical equipment, continuous monitoring, public awareness campaigns and the day to day work of several institutions to give relief to the increasingly pressured natural capital.

In this way the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park makes sure that Galapagos will remain a paradise for unique flora and fauna and worth visiting for the future to come.
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28/11/16
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In the seas surrounding the Galapagos Island you can observe 4 types of rays: the largest is the Manta Ray (they measure almost 4 meter across their wings), there is the Golden Ray, which is smaller (up to one meter) and named for their golden-coloured tops.

The Spotted Eagle Ray is between one and two meters and an array of white spots cover their black top. Stingrays are common residents of shallow beach areas and deeper sandy bottoms, and they vary in size and shape. They are grey in colour with a flat body and long, narrow tail, which has the nasty stinger at its base.

You are likely to see different types of rays on the tour to Kicker Rock and Rosa Blanca – find out about these trips on our website!

www.galapagosbookingtravel.com
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A popular tour that combines the best of sea and land on San Cristóbal is the Lobos Island and Ochoa Beach day trip. Our boat takes you to Lobos Island where we offer a nice, short walk to the nesting locations of the frigate birds and blue footed boobies. On Lobos Island you can also swim and snorkel – sea lions will be happy to join you in the sea.

On Ochoa Beach you can observe the ghost and hermit crabs and the mockingbird endemic to San Cristóbal. Near the beach is a temporal pool, which is constantly visited by migrating birds and shorebirds.

Visit our website for more information: http://galapagosbookingtravel.com/package/wolves-island-ochoa-beach/

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Did you now we also offer package tours on San Cristóbal Island? These packages combine the best of our day tours in one trip – during the trip you will stay in a comfortable hotel in San Cristóbal.

You can choose from a 3, 4 or 5 day package and, depending on your choice we will take you to the highlights of the Island like Kicker’s Rock, Tijeretas Hill, Punta Pitt, El Junco Lagoon, Galapaguera, Puerto Chino and Loberia Beach.

A tour you will never forget! Visit our website for more information: http://galapagosbookingtravel.com/san-cristobal-packages/
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An early morning walk from the town of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristóbal brings you within 30 minutes to the beautiful Loberia Beach where sea lions lazily watch the sunrise, hermit crabs play hide and seek and the well camouflaged sea iguanas emerge from behind the black lava rocks.
A great way to start your day on Galapagos!
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