The Galapagos Islands consist of 14 main islands surrounded by turquoise waters, and a magnificent variety of sands on the beaches. The sand colours range from pink to sugary white sands, volcanic black, and even olive green sand. Strange and exotic wildlife can be found here, as well as cactus forests and some awesome lagoons.

Galapagos tours with Bales Worldwide are an excellent way to see all the islands have to offer. There are plenty of different tours you can embark on depending what your expectations are for sightseeing.

A long ago volcano in the Pacific was responsible for creating the amazing rocks you will see around the islands. The wildlife that makes their homes here arrive by either air or water, and they live peacefully without fear of being prey to larger animals, since the larger animals cannot make their way here by water or air.

Upon your journeys you will come in close contact with Galapagos turtles, flamingos, and all sorts of colourful birds.

Take a walking tour that will lead you to a tranquil beach surrounded by mangrove trees. Here you can see iguanas and Galapagos penguins. Adventurers can take the trek across the lava fields to the Chico volcano for some spectacular views. Walk to the Wall of Tears, and spot some lava lizards and Darwin finches on the way.

Embark on a tour to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley. Venture through the town and gaze at the impressive Inca fortress. The Machu Picchu ruins will be a highlight to your day, and you can continue your hike to the Inca Bridge or the Sun Gate. In San Cristobal you can put your snorkelling skills to the test and be awarded with energetic sea lions, rays and sea turtles.

The strange but beautiful Galapagos Booby can be spotted in Punta Pitt. It is also here that you can see the amazing rock formations the volcano has formed.

Taking a Latin America tour is definitely your best bet to get in all the sights you want to see without missing out on anything or backtracking because you have lost your way. Diving tours are also popular, and can be an excellent way to see all of the sea life around the islands. Hammerhead sharks, Galapagos eels and barracudas are just a few of the awesome sea creatures you have the chance to swim with. See all types of rays, and seahorses among the magnificent coral formations.

If you prefer to be on land, mountain bike tours can give you some awesome downhill rides, unused trails and plenty of scenery to make your day complete.

The variety of Galapagos tours with Bales Worldwide are extensive, and waiting for you to come and explore the islands.

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