Galapagos Travel: Why a cruise is the ultimate way to experience the unusual wildlife of the Galapagos Islands

Why a cruise is the ultimate way to experience the unusual wildlife of the Galapagos Islands png - Travel and Golf Influencer - AmerExperience Content Curator

Dear Traveler, on board the Hurtigruten Expedition’s MS Santa Cruz II ship, Lesley Bellew, Daily Mail UK journalist is setting sail on a life-changing voyage around the Galapagos Islands, 600 miles off mainland Ecuador.

Lesley journeys around the Galapagos

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the beauty, biodiversity, and unique wildlife of the islands, which were made famous by Charles Darwin’s visit in 1835. Lesley is thrilled to be taking part in this expedition.

The MS Santa Cruz II is a modern and luxurious ship, designed to provide the perfect environment for Lesley’s voyage. It has comfortable cabins, a large observation deck, a spacious dining area and a lounge with plenty of entertainment options.

The boat also has kayaks, snorkeling gear, and other equipment for exploring the islands. It is fully equipped with modern navigational and safety equipment, and the crew is highly experienced and knowledgeable about the area.

As Lesley journeys around the Galapagos, she will have the opportunity to experience all the amazing wildlife, scenery and culture that the islands have to offer. She will have the chance to zodiac boat landings, and observe the unique and fascinating wildlife, including sea lions, giant tortoises, and a variety of birds and reptiles.

Galapagos visitors will also have the opportunity to visit some of the islands’ unique and protected sites, including the Charles Darwin Research Station. Here they will learn about the research currently being conducted on the islands and the efforts to protect the fragile ecosystem.

The Hurtigruten Expedition’s MS Santa Cruz II ship is the perfect vessel for Lesley’s life-changing voyage around the Galapagos Islands. She is sure to come away with a newfound appreciation for the beauty and diversity of the area.

Greetings from Galapagos Ecuador

Lassi Pensikkala

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Lassi Pensikkala, Travel Influencer and Entrepreneur, has studied Economics, Psychology, and Sociology at the University of Hamburg, and graduated with a Master of Science in Economics MSc(Econ). He is multilingual, speaking English, Spanish, German, Swedish, and Finnish, and is the founder of “I keep my readers up to date with news that interests them and is important to them.” 

Travel News & Books: Lesley Bellew boards Hurtigruten Expedition’s MS Santa Cruz II ship for a ‘life-changing’ voyage around the islands, which lie 600 miles off mainland Ecuador.

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By MSc(Econ) Lassi Pensikkala - International News Curator: Travel, Golf, and Business

Lassi Pensikkala is the creator of He writes regularly providing thought leadership on topics related to Travel, Golf, Business, Health, and Lifestyle. You can follow him on Telegram or connect on Linkedin. You can read his travel and golf news in Google News, and business and travel magazines on Flipboard @amerexperience Expertise: International Travel and Business Expert, Creator of and Avid Golfer - Education: Studied Foreign Trade in Business College of Turku Finland, and Economy, Psychology and Sociology at the University of Hamburg graduated as MSc(Econ) - Language skills: Multilingual - English, German, Spanish, Swedish and Finnish - Life philosophy: 1959 and the 60’s were the golden times of Rock’n Roll, student movements, and first flight to moon. The nordic people were free to travel in the Scandinavian countries including Finland. No passports or travel documents were needed. The freedom still today is the most important for the Scandinavians from that epoch. Freedom is to travel, learn to know new countries and other languages, and meet different people and cultures. He wishes the new generations would have the same possibilities experiencing all that what makes you feel free, and building a strong personality. -

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