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Galapagos
The Galapagos Archipelago comprises of 21 islands some 900 km off the Pacific coast of Ecuador. Geographically isolated for millennia, local wildlife has evolved along unique paths.
Journeysmiths will take you on a breathtaking voyage of discovery aboard a luxury yacht in search of iguanas, whales and boobies.
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Endemic Wildlife
Endemic creatures are those only found in the Galapagos Islands, but how exactly did they get here? No one can be sure, but animals such as tortoise and iguana, are believed to have come from mainland South America and probably washed up after a storm, as did sea lion and penguin. Bats and birds ...
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Up Close Encounters
Normally when you approach wild animals and birds, they flee; such is the impact on generations of wariness about humans and what their motivations might be. But in the Galapagos, isolated from all kind of predators, the wildlife has no such fear.
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Birding
The Galapagos - the world’s most famous archipelago - is home to 24 endemic bird species and is an absolute naturalist’s dream. These birds still have no fear of humans, and the ecosystems in which they live are completely unspoilt by development, hardly changed for millennia.
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Conservation
The Galapagos Archipelago is a unique and pristine ecosystem. These islands provided the inspiration for Charles Darwin’s groundbreaking theory of evolution and became the first ever UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s therefore no better place in the world to learn about conservation and to see ...
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Diving and Snorkeling
The Galapagos sit at the crossroads between several major ocean currents, creating a unique ecology and a huge diversity of marine life. Dive here and see schools of hammerhead, whale shark, fur seal, marine iguana, and spotted eagle ray. The wildlife beneath the waves is as exciting as on land.