Galapagos Islands With Lushescapes
Fascinated and soundless, you move closer. Out of the corner of your eye, you notice a sea lion gliding past lazily, but you don't pay much attention to it. Your eyes are firmly focused on a patch of sea grass, swaying enchantingly on the sandy sea floor, now just a few feet below you. You know it's not sea grass.

You know it's something far more exotic. You know it's a school of the spotted garden eel, named by science as the Taenioconger hass. For the next few moments, you maintain your place in the waters, observing the exotic fish with fascination. Their little, straw like bodies, their pointy tails, burrowed deep in the sands of the sea floor. Your personal scuba diving guide swims expertly a few feet away, his eyes flirting around for any other breathtaking fish he may point out to you. By now you have spent almost forty minutes underwater in the clear waters of the Devil's crown, an atoll situated in the enchanting Galapagos Islands, the shallows of this sunken volcano brimming with a fascinating range of flora and fauna.

Your guide points towards the surface, indicating it's time to swim back to the shore. Moments later, you lie on a recliner on the beach, relaxing your muscles strained from the diving experience. You can still feel the mildly cold water of the pacific tingling on your feet, and you can't help feeling satisfied after a magically close encounter with the underwater life. A couple of spent volcanoes stand majestically towards the far left of the vast horizon laid out before you, the blackness from their lava still faintly blended with the sand on the beach. A family of Iguanas sun themselves on the sand around ten feet away from you, while a giant tortoise crawls tentatively, evoking wonder with its huge frame and wrinkled face. A fleet of red billed tropicbirds screech through the skies.

You lie marvelling at the enchanting display of natural beauty and wildlife scattered around you, and think to yourself "No wonder Charles Darwin was fascinated by the Galapagos Islands!"

The archipelago, which holds a significant importance towards the development of theory of invention, is located 972 kilometers west of continental Ecuador. And you feel incredibly good for choosing it as your holiday spot this year. All this time, your thoughts keep darting back to the exotically delicious breakfast you had at your luxury hotel, the Royal Palm, nestled in the lush highlands of the Santa Cruz Island. The arrangement of fish, lobster and sea cucumber was unlike anything you had tasted before.

The archipelago, which holds a significant importance towards the development of theory of invention, is located 972 kilometres west of continental Ecuador. And you feel incredibly good for choosing it as your holiday spot this year. All this time, your thoughts keep darting back to the exotically delicious food you had at your luxury hotel, the Royal Palm, nestled in the lush highlands of the Santa Cruz Island. The arrangement of fish, lobster and sea cucumber was unlike anything you had tasted before.

As you begin to drift into a contented nap on this beautiful beach, you begin imagining the experiences which await you tomorrow. Your personal tour guide has arranged for a cruise aboard the Isabella II, a top of the range cruise liner. Isabella II promises to take you on an odyssey to even more exotic places, and you can't wait to be aboard the luxurious lady.

If reading the above has intrigued you to explore the enchanting Galapagos Islands yourself, all you need to do is, let us know. Being the finest Luxury Travel Operator in this side of the world, Lushescapes is all poised to create a tailor made Galapagos experience for you. Exclusive partnerships with the best of luxury liners, yachts, hotels and dining options ensure that you explore the Islands in the finest manner possible. So whether you want to travel alone, or with a group, we are the people who can make it happen for you. We are the people who can create this unique experience, especially for you.