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We will be staying on the islands of San Cristobal, Isabella and Santa Cruz.

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    I haven't been there, but from the documentaries and what I have read, a. there is no or very limited shore excursion allowed, primarily for scientific study. b. they haven't made a big deal about beaches and c. the waters around that ocean are often becalmed so there's not much wind action to get big surf happening.
    So I guess my answer would have to be behind a boat, surfing the wake.
    Also, there's not a lot of commercial development or infrastructure so the boat/ship had better carry any surfing gear needed. about 1 year ago

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    I haven't been there, but from the documentaries and what I have read, a. there is no or very limited shore excursion allowed, primarily for scientific study. b. they haven't made a big deal about beaches and c. the waters around that ocean are often becalmed so there's not much wind action to get big surf happening.
    So I guess my answer would have to be behind a boat, surfing the wake. about 1 year ago

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    Why in heaven's name would you want to surf in the Galopagos Islands?!! Go there to see the amazing land and water creatures. Enjoy nature at its finest and leave the entertainment board at home. To me it was almost sacred. about 1 year ago

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