Galapagos islands, Ecuador

Located in the Pacific Ocean, 1,000 km coastline of Ecuador

We have achieved one of our greatest dreams, to discover the famous Galapagos Islands. This place is unique, because animal life is different and not too scare by the human presence. Several species are endemic to this region of the globe. A paradise if you are an amateur of the sea! You encounter sea lions, blue footed boobies, penguins, giant tortoises, etc.

We were there in 2006 aboard a sailboat. We visited several islands of the archipelago, including many snorkeling excursions. For people who are not enjoyed by swimming in cool water, the temperature is around 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 Celsius). A wet suit is almost mandatory to admire this jewel.

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Visited snorkeling sites


  • Cayo Largo
  • Holguin
  • Jibacoa
  • Santa Lucia
  • Santiago de Cuba
  •   Ecuador

  • Galapagos islands
  •   Honduras

  • Roatan
  •   Indonesia

  • Bali
  •   Jamaica

  • Falmouth
  • Negril
  •   Mexico

  • Costa Maya
  • Isla Holbox
  • Mayan Riviera
  •   Dom. Rep.

  • Samaná
  •   Turks & Caicos

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