Pikaia Lodge, Ecological Paradise in Galapagos; Tamel; YesICannes

Pikaia Lodge, new jewel of Relais & Châteaux on Santa Cruz island in Galapagos, is nestled in the crater of an ancient volcano overlooking the Pacific Ocean…

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Is fear hereditary? Darwin’s frightened Galapagos finches suggest the answer is yes; Jessie Yeung; CNN

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Galapagos Islands; Travel Pulse

The Galapagos Islands consist of 18 islands and 107 rocks and islets; this protected wildlife sanctuary is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – see it today!

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Travel: Las Islas Encantadas; Robert E Burke; Temple Daily Telegram


The Galapagos Islands are one of the most unique places on Earth. Galapagos is named after its giant tortoises, and consists of thirteen major islands, six minor ones and over…

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Chasing the Equator: 7 Reasons To Cruise The Galapagos – On Silversea; Ralph Grizzle; Avid Cruiser

Ralph Grizzle can’t say how other companies deliver their Galapagos experiences, but he can’t imagine how any of them could deliver a better Galapagos experience than Silversea. And with a new ship purpose-built for the Galapagos coming in 2020, Silversea stands poised to be the leader in these islands that have been enchanting visitors long before – and ever since – Charles Darwin’s visit in 1835.

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Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas announces its first resort in the Galápagos Islands; Travel PR News

The Galápagos Islands are home to some of the world’s most amazing wildlife encounters. The…

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Galapagos Islands’ first resort given green light in wildlife beauty spot; NZ Herald

Today the Galapagos are still some of the most untouched parts of the planet.

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How to Travel for Good in the Galápagos Islands; Susan Hanson; Virtuoso

The Galápagos Islands promote sustainable tourism by sourcing local guides, managing species’ populations, and limiting tourists.

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Galapagos Islands: Muse of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution; Susan Fourtane; Interesting Engineering

Although Charles Darwin was on the Galapagos for only five weeks in 1835, the wildlife that he found there inspired him to develop his Theory of Evolution.

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10 Interesting Facts About the Galápagos Islands; Kiersten Rich; The Blonde Abroad

Ecuador – Galápagos Islands

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’ve likely gathered that I’m in love with the Galápagos Islands. The enchanting place is made up of 19 islands and countless islets. Want to learn more? Read on for 10 interesting facts about the Galápagos Islands.

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22 important facts to know before visiting Galápagos National Park; Karen Catchpole; Travel + Leisure

Ecuador – Galápagos Islands

Rules, facts, and information that travelers should know before planning a trip to Galápagos National Park.

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Cruising Grounds: Know-before-you-go Galapagos Islands yacht guide; Fernando Espinoza; The Triton

The Galapagos Islands, on the Equator in the Pacific Ocean, are an archipelago of unrivaled beauty, mystery and amazing creatures, now well-known as the “enchanted isles”. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a biosphere reserve. The Galapagos National Park also contains Galapagos Marine Reserve, which is considered…

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Latitude Zero from underwater; Jorge Silva; Reuters

The Galapagos Islands are a dream come true for both divers and photographers, even more so when they are combined into one.

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Enchanted Islands: Charles Darwin and The Voyage of the Beagle; Michael Marshall & Clover Carroll; Crozet Gazette

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