Unlike any other place on earth and home to some of the world’s most exotic animals, without the Galapagos Islands, Charles Darwin may not have been able to crystallise his theory of evolution which is now considered one of the most important scientific studies of all time.
Today, many of the species of animals can only be found in the Galapagos Islands and are classified as endangered which is why the conservation work done in order to protect the animals from extinction is vital.
There are many restrictions regarding tourism, however, you can still visit this beautiful collection of islands.
See the giant tortoises lulling around the grass and the Marine iguanas lounging on the rocks. It is definitely a once in a lifetime experience.
What everyone does in Galapagos Islands
Known for having some of the world’s most endangered species but the work the conservationist helps to save them including the giant tortoise. The money you pay to enter the
What some people do in Galapagos Islands
The best way to see these fascinating collection of islands is by boat. Not only do you get a real feel for the area but it also helps protect the environment as keeps the environment peaceful for the animals who inhabit the island.
What no one else does in Galapagos Islands
Visit the Lava Tubes in Santa Cruz. These fascinating structures were formed by lava millions of years ago. You are free to explore yourself.