CNH Tours - Cultural and Natural Heritage Tours Galapagos
We've complied a list of "must read" books and articles on the Galapagos Islands.
If you start looking into the details, travel insurance can be pretty complicated. Are you getting the right coverage? Enough of it? We've assembled this short guide designed to help you understand what it's all about.
Galapagos is a photographer's paradise. Amateur or professional, it's worth learning a bit from those who've been there before you. CNH Tours has gathered their advice in a succinct "14-point" list of recommendations.
Galapagos is a marvel-filled place for children. Imagine a place where the weather is nice, the sea is always at hand, people are “child friendly”, and animals have no fear!
Our old acquaintance, and arguably the most invested naturalist guide in Galapagos (since the 1980's) Greg Estes, and his wife Thalia Grant (who spent many childhood summers on Daphne Major in Galapagos), with her father, the famous Galapagos finch expert, Peter Grant did meticulous research to establish, as precisely as possible, where in Galapagos Charles Darwin set foot, back in 1835. This interesting article will help you retrace his steps while on your visit there.
Puerto Ayora was my hometown for 4 years. When you live in a small town, on a small island, you quickly get to know just about all the things to do on a weekend. In drawing up this list, frankly, I had to stretch to reach 10! Here is a list of what I consider are some of the most interesting, quirky, refreshing things you can do on a lazy day in Puerto Ayora.
How on earth are the Galapagos expedition ship classes determined? What's the difference between them in terms of prices, comfort, amenities? All you ever wanted to know, and more.
Yves and I wanted to thank you for helping us with the trip of a lifetime! We really, really enjoyed the Samba. The guide, Marianna, and the crew were great! Every day we wondered how it the next day could be just as good, but it always was. We even had an opportunity to swim with a pod of dolphins at Marchena.
This was quite incredible. We enjoyed snorkelling every day, as a matter of fact, I wish we were there snorkelling now.