Upcoming Galapagos Islands Tours
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Galapagos Islands Tours: Uncharted isles of wonder
Join Discovery Expeditions and Adventures in our newest excursion to the equatorial splendor of the Galápagos Islands.
The Galápagos archipelago, off the Pacific coast of Ecuador, is a UNESCO world heritage site. Nowhere else on earth will you find yourself as up-close and personal with such a tantalizing variety of wildlife, all virtually fearless and highly interactive with human visitors.
Amazing Wildlife on the Galapagos Islands Tours
Encounter sea lions, marine iguanas, flamingos and giant sea tortoises, as well as dozens of extraordinary bird species. Take in the staggering volcanic scenery as you walk on snowy sand. The crystal azure water provides a stark and delightful contrast.
While in this Pacific playground of wonder, you will also explore the rich scientific heritage of the Galápagos Islands, where Charles Darwin as inspired to his most important research.
Visit Pinnacle Rock to experience one of the world’s most famous vistas, as well as the renowned Galápagos penguins. Swim at El Junco, snorkel at Gardner Bay and Devil’s Crown. Enjoy the pastel cafes of San Cristobel harbor and the exceptional cuisine of Quito. Climb the Sierra Negra volcano and marvel at the Wall of Tears.
Galapagos Islands Are an Unchanged Natural Wonder
The Galápagos archipelago was largely unknown until the 1970s, as the only way to visit was by charter or private vessel. Today, tourism remains scarce and the islands stand largely unchanged by modern world. Visitor groups must remain small and be accompanied by private guides, to protect this breathtaking region’s natural wonders.
Few people ever have the good fortune to discover the Islands’ 62 scuba diving and snorkeling sites, or the curiosity of the native land, air and sea creatures that proliferate the region.
Won’t you join us in 2017, as we launch this exciting new adventure to the Pacific archipelago of Galápagos? Watch for the full itinerary, coming soon, or contact us today to explore these uncharted lands of wonder for yourself. Space is highly limited!