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Galasam Galapagos Tours with more of 25 years of experience is proud to present our fleet of 6 vessels that hold different capacities from 10 to 16 passengers, that are perfectly suited for the Islands. Our fleet of vessels offers a range of accommodations from the Economic to DeLuxe.
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The Millennium is the most elegant and comfortable catamaran in our Galapagos Islands Cruises fleet. It has a high standard security because it has two hulls, All the cabins with private balcony view. The ample spaces in cabins, living rooms and bathrooms fit the elegance and comfort required by passengers. For more options please visit all of our Galapagos Islands Cruises.
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The Galapagos Islands archipelago has been known by many different names, including the "Enchanted Islands" because of the way in which the strong and swift currents made navigation difficult.

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Galapagos Islands Animals
Galapagos Island Animals

Galapagos Islands is home to many unique, endemic animals, most of which are fearless due to the lack of natural predators. One of the best known is the Galapagos giant tortoise that has evolved into fourteen distinct forms on the different islands of the archipelago. Other reptiles include the Galapagos Island marine iguana which grazes on seaweed, land iguanas, lava lizards, geckos and snakes.

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Galapagos Islands Weather Galapagos island Weather

The Galapagos weather despite their tropical location is not so warm because the islands are surrounded by relatively cold waters brought northwards by the Humboldt Current. The Galapagos Islands has two main seasons, each of which has an effect on the flora and fauna: the warm and wet season from January to June and the cool and dry (garua) season, from July to December. During the "garua" season, cooler waters from the Humboldt Current are driven to the Galapagos by the southeast trade winds, with an average sea temperature of 22°C (71°F).

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Galapagos Islands History Galapagos Island History
The Galapagos Islands were discovered by chance in March 10, 1535 when Dominican Fray Tomas de Berlanga, the Bishop of Panama, sailed to Peru to settle a dispute between Francisco Pizarro and his lieutenants after the conquest of the Incas, while performing an administrative mission for the Spanish Monarch Carlos V. The bishop's ship stalled when the winds died and strong currents carried him out to the Galapagos..
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