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Galapagos travel for Puerto Ayora
by on June 22, 2017
So...galapagos travel for puerto ayora, it should be pretty straight forward right? board my plane, reach baltra airport, all that's left is reach the nearest town called Puerto Ayora.Baltra is usually the first place most visitors set foot when arriving to the archipelago, unless you are due to board a Galapagos cruise as soon as you get off the plane. It is up to you to get yourself to the nearest town and let the fun begin. Alright, so where do i take a cab? better yet, let me get an uberSorry folks, no uber here, what about a cab? that wont work either… at least not directly. So how do you exactly reach the nearest town? (Puerto Ayora).
Galapagos Evolution
by on September 6, 2016
Galapagos Evolution - UNESCO declared the Galapagos Islands —an archipelago made up of 127 islands, islets and rocks some 1000 km out west from mainland Ecuador— a World Heritage Site in 1979 because of the uniqueness or endemism of their abundant biodiversity. The Galapagos Islands are home to a greater variety of flora and fauna than anywhere else in the world with a marine environment that is a veritable ‘melting pot’ of marine species. These islands and their marine reserve are known as a ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’.
Ecuador Travel
by on March 14, 2014
GreenGo Travel Agency features the best travel destinations Ecuador has to offer in an easy to understand website. An online portal that provides customers with rich and intuitive content; a great amount of detail has been put to every available tour that will empower customers with the information when and where they need it.
Galapagos in Numbers
by on March 14, 2014
The Galapagos Islands have long been among the world's top attraction, a destination that has grown increasingly popular over the years. With the ease of current media and the connected world we live in, the islands popularity does not show any signs of slowing down, whether for the incredible amount and variety of endemic wildlife or for astounding landscapes at every turn. One way or another the number of tourists visiting the islands show a steady increase in the last 35 years, with an average of 11,000 visitors in 1979 to 180,831 in 2012. Statistics display the islands could be reaching the 200.000 mark by 2015.
 
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