Traveling to the Galapagos Islands on your own
People do not know that how to travel to the Galapagos Islands. Actually they do not need to join with an expensive cruise or buy a service package. Here are some tips for traveling to the Galapagos Islands on your own.
How to get in to Galapagos
Galapagos has two airports. If you decide to travel to San Cristobal, you have the option to surfing and diving. You can also visit places like Tongo Reef, Canyon, La Lobería, Manglecito, Punta Carola and Punta Pitt, East Rock, Rock Whale, and other places.
If you arrive at Baltra you will be near the island of Santa Cruz and can meet the breeding centers of giant turtles, Galapagos National Park and the Charles Darwin Station.
In addition you will arrive at Turtle Bay is the largest and most famous beach of white coral sand in Galapagos.
There are regular flights from Quito. See Aerogal and consult promotions and cheap flights.
Where to stay and how to get around
In the inhabited islands there is a wide range of hotels of all categories. You can find a habtacion in a small family hotel from $ 28 per night hotel industry internationally with much higher rates.
In the hotels you can book tours full day or agencies of the island of Santa Cruz.
In addition, to move between the islands there are boat services that connect San Cristobal, Santa Cruz and Isabella Island with several daily frequencies. A round trip on the day between the islands costs approximately $ 28.