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.
Ecuador, one of the worst coronavirus-affected countries in Latin America, has taken a number of steps to combat the spread of the disease.
After infecting a majority of Latin American nations, the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has now reached Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands, with four testing positive.
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…
In December 2019, Lisa Ellen Niver traveled to one of the most magical places on our planet, the Galapagos Island. This archipelago of 22 islands is on the Equator in…
Diego has been away from his home of Espanosa for most of his life, almost 80 years, but now at the age of 100 he’s set to return to the southern-most Galapagos island where nearly 40 per cent of the population are his progeny.
Ready to see the highlights from the TBA Escapes ‘Luxury Yacht Eco Expedition’ around the Galápagos?
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.
Emergency teams in the Galapagos, a UNESCO World Heritage site, were working to contain a 600-gallon oil spill after a cargo vessel overturned.
Military personnel, environmentalists are trying to reduce environmental risk to the World Heritage Site.
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…
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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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.
The Galápagos Islands are home to some of the world’s most amazing wildlife encounters. The…
Today the Galapagos are still some of the most untouched parts of the planet.
The Galápagos Islands promote sustainable tourism by sourcing local guides, managing species’ populations, and limiting tourists.