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Galapagos Expeditions Combine Diving & Land adventures on 3 islands

Every serious diver and non-diving, eco-adventure enthusiast lists the Galapagos Islands as a “must experience” destination. Now, the top-rated, Red Mangrove Galapagos Lodges and Maduro Dive Fanta-Seas, the innovative leader for dive travel, have announced unique dive and eco-adventure packages encompassing three Galapagos Islands.

“These intimate tours combine many desirable features that result in huge benefits for the participants,” stated Richard A. Mitsoda, Managing Director of Maduro Dive Fanta-Seas. “These land based programs have numerous distinct advantages. First, they offer three Galapagos Islands, Santa Cruz, Isabela and Floreana. Second, each island and the transfers between the islands by boat means that divers will experience the best dive sites and eco-adventure. Third, an array of package choices is available and compatible for divers and non-divers to travel together. Fourth, whether you are exploring the richness of the undersea realm or trekking in the footsteps of Darwin, the Red Mangrove Galapagos Lodges offer luxury and attentive service. Fifth, there is value for money spent as packages include lodging, diving and dive equipment, naturalists guides, all meals, transfers and taxes, at thousands of dollars less than dive liveaboards”.

A sample 7-night dive package includes accommodations at the Red Mangrove Galapagos Lodges, roundtrip transfers from/between Baltra Airport and 3 all islands (Santa Cruz, Isabela and Floreana), welcome drink, Jacuzzi at Aventura Lodge, private terrace and social areas, all meals on fixed menu basis, 5 days of diving with all dive equipment (except dive computers), wireless Internet access in rooms,* Eco-excursions with English speaking naturalist guides, and use of available bikes. (*Wireless Internet not available at Floreana and based on reception and weather conditions at other locations.)

To learn more about the Galapagos Undersea and eco-adventure packages, competitive airfare and travel insurance, here’s a direct website link:

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