The Galapagos Islands: A Honeymoon Destination

The Galapagos Islands draw thousands of people each year, including scientists, students, naturalists, photographers and much more. The Galapagos Islands’ standing for a must-see, “bucket list” type of destination also brings in swimmers and off-the beaten path travelers. While the Islands are often overlooked by the” in-between” bunch of people in their 20’s and 30’s, the Galapagos Islands really result in an outstanding honeymoon destination. Why select on Galapagos for your honeymoon? Here are five reasons:

The Galapagos Islands are Romantic

That is the number one qualification after all, isn’t it? A honeymoon is a holiday, and the Galapagos Islands fit the bill. Moonlit cruises? Fearless wildlife, the sunsets and landscapes that are memorable combine to create the ideal atmosphere for romance.

The Archipelago has something for everyone.

He wants trekking, she wants a shore. Water is wanted by him, she wants to search. Galapagos isn’t having to compromise or sacrifice. There are hikes and beaches on the islands, in addition to snorkeling and water sports. The cities on the islands have a surprising quantity of quality souvenirs. You may pick between boat tours. Fight over a destination if Galapagos has all of it?

The “Enchanted Islands” are a destination for the young and vibrant.

The Islands are on many people’s “bucketlist” of places to go to. Because they have enough time and cash to do 14, retirees go. By the time they get there, many seniors find that a number of islands and the hikes are hard for them and they overlook. People who are old enough to love those best enjoy the Galapagos Islands and still young enough to jump to the next from 1 lava stone, ideal for newlyweds!

The Islands are more affordable than you think.

Many young couples aren’t yet established and might avoid seemingly expensive destinations like the Galapagos Islands. Even though the prices are incontrovertible – the cost of cruises and then to the islands, plus park fees and airfare to and from Ecuador or accommodation – they are low. The economic recession has had one positive effect: fewer people are currently seeing with the tour companies and Galapagos and resorts are prepared to make deals they wouldn’t have considered.

Ecuador has much more to offer than just the Islands.

A honeymoon to the Galapagos cruises conveys the side advantage of a trip to Ecuador. Why not spend a few days taking a carriage ride in the charming colonial center of Quito, or relaxing in the spas of Papallacta surrounded by the Andes? From volcanoes to shores, Ecuador is home to an ecosystem with everything for a small country.

Trips to these and other Ecuador destinations are extremely easy to combine with a trip to Galapagos. Begin using our trip now planning to reserve your honeymoon!