Your Next Summer Cruise 2021 to the Galápagos Islands
Adventure seekers looking for their next great vacation getaway for 2021 won’t want to miss the Tip Top Travel’s Galapagos Island cruise vacations. These islands are teeming with diverse wildlife, incredible scenery, and some of the most beautiful waters in the world. Now is the time to sign up for this chance of a lifetime.
With this in mind, here are three reasons why you should travel to the Galápagos Islands on your summer vacation this year.
1. The weather is great all year round
There is no bad time to visit the Galápagos Islands, with the warm atmosphere and calm waters making it the perfect destination for animal watching and snorkeling. You’ll be in awe of the crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches, with water temperatures averaging between 71.6°F and 77°F for a comfortable dip.
2. Impressive biodiversity
The Galapagos Islands are renowned around the world for their unspoiled flora and fauna, so if you love being at one with nature, this is the place to be. What’s more, last year’s quarantine and travel bans meant the Galapagos National Park had no visitors for nearly 5 months, which has had a positive impact on the archipelago’s ecosystems.
3. Fewer tourists
In the archipelago, because of the Covid-19, few tourist cruises currently operate regularly, meaning the number of tourists to the islands is low. Not only does this make your experience more relaxing, but adventures can be tailored to you and your travel companions.
What to expect from Galapagos cruise vacations
When considering booking your tour of the Galápagos Islands with Tip Top Cruises, you can rest easy knowing your guides are English speaking and ready to provide a friendly and exciting experience.
There are a variety of Galapagos cruise itinerary options to choose from with Tip Top Cruises. We offer an all-inclusive experience for 4, 5, 8, 11, and 15 days.
Book your summer 2021 Galapagos vacation cruise today and explore one of the most pristine and fascinating ecosystems on the planet.