The Galapagos with Lindblad Expeditions; Sue Lobo; Atlas Travel Web

Ecuador – Galápagos Islands

A combination of incredible close-up encounters with wildlife and Lindblad’s experience in the Galapagos will help to create lasting memories.

Sailing with Lindblad Expeditions -National Geographic  in the Galapagos Islands is  one “amazing encounter”. Giant tortoises lumber along the roadside, grazing on scrub. They have no fear of humans. This allows some fantastic  photography and  free observance of  the wildlife  as they roam around the park.

Located some 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands is one of the first UNESCO World Heritage sites, designated in 1978. In 2017 Lindblad celebrates its 50th year exploring the Islands. The 48-passenger National geographic Islander ensures an intimate experience with the surroundings. A combination of incredible close-up encounters with wildlife and Lindblad’s experience in the Galapagos will hel to create lasting memories.

This cruise is all about exploration and discovery, and Lindblad’s naturalists and guides are tru experts.

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