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    33 views Galapagos Islands has Fantastic Wildlife and Stunning Scenery The Galapagos Islands is a wonderful example of progression and growth. Prepare to be overwhelmed as you tour Galapagos Islands. You will surely be surprised at the amazing amount of diverse wildlife and splendid scenery. You just have to see the popular Giant Galapagos Tortoise named the Galapagos, after which the Galapagos Islands were named. Gain inspiring insight and tips for visiting Galapagos Islands by consulting our travel guide. You don’t want to miss out on anything while enjoying your stay in Galapagos Islands. An expedition cruise or sailing trip is the ideal way to explore the Galapagos Islands animal and bird paradise, as it enables your to view many islands in a short time. You can go diving with huge aquatic animals like whales, and other sea creatures at the same time. Other activities include snorkelling, sea kayaking, hiking, visiting sandy beaches, and enjoying stunning scenery and lava fields. Don’t leave your camera behind, as there are several mysterious and strange animals you may not have seen before. Wildlife and nature are seriously protected and preserved in Galapagos Islands, which enables you to get the best our of your trip if you are a nature lover, and it inspires you to go back home and do something about helping preserve your own country’s wildlife. Galapagos Islands has perfect climatic conditions for the living and breeding needs of seabirds, seals, sea lions, crabs and iguanas. You will also see Lava lizards and Galapagos snakes slithering around. Whales and dolphins are an additional attraction. Galapagos Islands has fresh seafood to die for. All kinds of fish, lobster, and crabs are available and are extremely fresh. An immense range of fresh fruits and vegetables are additionally cultivated in the Galapagos Islands. Our travel guide covers everything you need to know about Galapagos Islands, so ...