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Galapagos Islands: a true paradise

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Tortuga Bay, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
photo by Juan Diego Perez
Tortuga Bay, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos
Blue footed boobie - Galapagos Islands
photo by Ramiro Salazar Baquero
Blue footed boobie - Galapagos Islands
Marine Iguana - The Galapagos Islands
photo by Ramiro Salazar Baquero
Marine Iguana - The Galapagos Islands
Bartolome Island - The Galapagos Islands
photo by Ecuador Journey
Bartolome Island - The Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands
photo by Ecuador Journey
The Galapagos Islands
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Close your eyes and imagine what paradise is like……

To plan a trip to The Galapagos Islands could be a dream come true for many people, since you will find equilibrium between human beings and nature in one of the most important ecological sanctuaries in the world.

White-sand beaches and endemic animal species distinguish these islands located almost 1000 kilometers away from the Ecuadorian coast.

The archipelago is formed by 13 main islands and almost 40 islets and minor volcanic islands, most of them unoccupied; only 3% of its total territory is not protected. Many conservation projects take place here, promoted by the Charles Darwin Research Station.

To come to Galapagos you will need at least five days to take full advantage of the natural wonders, trips, and activities that the islands offer. Galapagos is listed as one of the seven best places in the world for snorkel and diving; you can also surf, or just chill by the beach with the iguanas, or visit the giant tortoises, that give the name to the islands.

After coming to the Galapagos Islands you will understand the meaning of uniqueness.

…..Now open your eyes and enjoy!!

Writer: Tito Betancourt




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