Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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... island with fresh water, and the caves where the German settlers had lived when they came to Floreana, before heading on a boat out to our next stop off for 2 nights - the largest and most actively volcanic island of the Galapagos - Isabella. ...
... seals and iguanas – no hawks or ravens or wolfs of vultures to clean up corpses, so the perfect little CSI Galapagos scenes are everywhere showing the insides of what we could see in quantities, outside. Cool – really cool. ...
... the sealions and lizards and birds have actually stopped to pose for my camera!! For anyone that doesn't know, the Galapagos is a group of islands approximately 1000km off the coast of Ecuador that have been formed (and new islands still being formed ) ...
Breakfast and then off to Guayaquil Airport. We had to get our bags checked and tagged at the Galápagos Biosecurity Control Inspection & Quarantine desk first and then move to another desk next door to pay $10 each for our Tourist Control ...
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Santiago, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Located off the north coast of Santiago Island, this underwater site offers divers the opportunity to view sea lions and morays up-close.
Genovesa, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Beginning at Darwin Bay Beach, this nature hiking trail leads to many seabird colonies, most notably those of the Red-footed and Masked Boobies, while passing by many cliffs and tide pools along the way.
Isabela, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Headed by a team of more than two hundred scientists, educators, research volunteers and support staff, this world-wide foundation is dedicated to preserving the Galapagos ecosystems.