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We’ve been covering the Galapagos Islands for more than seven months in more than 80 posts. And we’ve written about everything from planning your trip to curious facts about marine iguanas. And we want to be better…

What do you want to know about the Galapagos?

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  • Island History
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  • Things to do
  • Galapagos Family Adventures

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A recent reader question was: What are the dive conditions in the Galapagos?

No question is too simple, crazy or hard. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll find it for you. We have a great network of experts that can answer your question.

Your question will be covered in an upcoming post. Post your question in the comments below and we’ll email you when we publish the response.

So, What do you want to know about the Galapagos Islands? 

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7 Responses to Whats Your Question About The Galapagos Islands?

  1. Anne Parr says:

    I would like to walk the whole long length of Isabela. Is that feasible?

    • Bryan Haines says:

      It’s a good question Anne. Unfortunately, it is not possible. Keep in mind that Galpagos is 97% a national park and only 3 % urban and agricultural land, Galapagos is proud to have good actions to preserve the islands very few visitor sites are open to the public for visits always with a Natualist guide of national park.

  2. Ljluca says:

    What’s the weather like in mid May? Are the nights very cool? And what is the water temps at that time of year?

  3. Linda says:

    Do you offer 2 island packages?  4 nights Santa Cruz and 3 nights Isabela.

  4. My friend and I are going to Galapagos end of August.  I have two questions.  It seems like the water might be cold (70 degrees F).  Should we use wetsuits when we snorkel?  Also, I’m wondering if I should get recertified to scuba before going.  Or, will I see just about as much snorkeling?

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