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The Galapagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago nestled in the Pacific Ocean and is considered one of the best destinations for unique wildlife viewing. Set in the Pacific Ocean, 1,000 km off the coast of Ecuador, this volcanic archipelago is one of the world’s premier destinations for viewing unique wildlife.
Abundant sea life and giant tortoises are the stars of the Galapagos Islands, a volcanic archipelago off the coast of Ecuador.
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A Galapagos itinerary from Jordan Harvey, a member of Travel + Leisure’s A-List, a collection of the top travel advisors in the world.
With as many activities available as islets to explore, the Galapagos Islands offer a trip you won’t forget anytime soon. Renowned diving sites, brilliant hiking, utterly unique flora and fauna and scenic bays offer just a few reasons for you to spend a week or two chartering through the islands, with onshore fine dining offering you the opportunity to mingle with locals and other adventurous souls – the Galapagos really has it all.
The Galapagos Islands are the home to incredible wildlife, tropical beaches, green highlands, and tons of attractions. It does not come as a surprise that these UNESCO World Heritage Site destinations have continued to welcome innumerable tourists, scientists, birdwatchers and wildlife lovers every day of the year.
Planning a trip to the Galapagos Islands? Read on to find out when to visit, where to stay, what to do, and much more to ace your vacation.
The Galápagos Islands promote sustainable tourism by sourcing local guides, managing species’ populations, and limiting tourists.