Each So Unique, No Visit is the Same

Located 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, this archipelago of unspoiled, isolated islands will welcome you with its rugged charms and evolutionary wonders. Consisting of 19 islands and 42 islets that all rose from the sea as the product of volcanic eruptions, these islands are between 3 million and 4 million years old.

Completely oceanic—meaning they’ve never been connected to the mainland—the Galapagos Islands are truly a world apart. Settlers have carved out their lives on the lava rocks, pirates have profited, and scientists have explored. The history of the Galapagos is rich and diverse, with tales of basic survival and extraordinary discovery. For almost any modern adventurer, a journey through time to the Galapagos is a dream vacation.





Chinese Hat Islet

Daphne Island

Fernandina Island

Baltra Island

Bartolomé Island

Española Island

Floreana Island

Genovesa Island

Isabela Island

Rábida Island

San Cristobal Island

Santa Cruz Island

Santa Fé Island

Santiago Island

Seymour Norte Island

Mosquera Islet

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