Quito, Ecuador (PRWEB) October 26, 2006
From the friendliness of the natives to the warmth of blended Indian/Spanish culture, food and drink, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands beckon with a variety of options for every traveler.
True Colors Travel has built the newest website to offer the world all of the options of nature and travel through http://www.galapagostraveler.com. Enjoying their unique Gold Traveler Adventure guarantees you the premier visit of a lifetime. Nothing is spared in services and opportunity to offer you that one true adventure — from which the lore and legend stories are passed from family member to family member for generations.
If you're a Scuba diver, the Galapagos Islands, off the coast of Ecuador, offer a magical splendor all their own. With protected wildlife and actual cruises catering to Scuba and skin diving enthusiasts, the experienced diver can enjoy multiple dives in a day, visiting sea life never before seen in other dives and other parts of the world. With the native wildlife protected, there's no sense of danger to the giant tortoises and other amazing animals. Approach and enjoy.
Nature lovers will embrace the cruises offered within the Galapagos — true sailing and yachting adventures in smaller groups, or in larger vessels which offer all the same benefits of larger cruise ships—but without the crowds. Fly from Quito or Guayaquil directly to the Galapagos to start your journey. You can select any multiple of days for sunning, sightseeing, enjoying the camaraderie of new friendships, and learning about native birds, animals, and fauna/flora never seen in other parts of the world.
Check out the webpage at http://www.galapagostraveler.com to see the many different options open to you in Ecuador, the Land of Spanish/Indian culture; with the warmth of friendship and the sense of adventure.
This year, Experience Ecuador. You'll be glad you did.
For additional information, contact True Colors Travel Ltda at http://www.galapagostraveler.com or Alan Guinn, GCG Worldwide, at 917.224.6782.