Galapagos Islands Ecuador

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Galapagos Islands Santa Cruz

Galapagos Islands Santa Cruz

Area: 986 km2 or 381 mi2 Maximum Altitude: 864 m or 2835 ft Human Population: Approximately 12, HISTORY Volcanic activity has long since ceased…

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Galapagos Islands Blue footed Birds

Galapagos Islands Blue footed Birds

Fast Facts Type: Bird Diet: Carnivore Average life span in the wild: 17 years Size: 32 to 34 in (80 to 85 cm); Wingspan, nearly 5 ft (1.5 m)…

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Espanola Island, Galapagos

Espanola Island, Galapagos

© Joseph Sina Espanola Island, also know as Hood, is one of the oldest Galapagos Islands and also one of the most secluded. As a result of its…

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Galapagos Islands Vacation all Inclusive

Galapagos Islands Vacation all Inclusive

With our modern luxury evolution, we ve thought of almost everything you could need to relax, enjoy, and explore these legendary islands. From…

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Galapagos Island Hopping

Galapagos Island Hopping

Explore San Cristobal, Santa Cruz and Isabela Islands, returning to the comfort of a hotel each evening. Snorkel with rays, sealions and iguanas…

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Vaccinations for Ecuador

Vaccinations for Ecuador

Recommended/Required May Be Recommended/Required Consult With Your Passport Health Travel Medicine Expert for Personalized Recommendations! Many…

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Travelling to the Galapagos Islands

Travelling to the Galapagos Islands

Welcome to Solo Traveler. To receive the monthly Newsletter and the mid-month Solo Travel Advisory of deals, please subscribe on your right…

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Galapagos Islands Tortoises

Galapagos Islands Tortoises

The giant tortoises of Galapagos are among the most famous of the unique fauna of the Islands. While giant tortoises once thrived on most of…

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Galapagos Islands Lizards

Galapagos Islands Lizards

Land iguanas are large — more than 3 feet long — with males weighing up to 30 pounds. They live in the drier areas of the Islands, and in the…

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Information about the Galapagos Islands

Information about the Galapagos Islands

The geologically recent volcanic eruptions attest to the fact that the Galapagos Islands are a place born of fire. In the last 200 years, a remarkable…

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Lonely Planet Galapagos

Lonely Planet Galapagos

Day 1 Quito A G Adventures representative will greet you at the hotel and brief everyone on the various aspects of the tour. Additional Notes:…

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Galapagos population

Galapagos population

Uncontrolled tourism and population growth was among the 15 issues identified by the World Heritage Committee when it recommended that Galapagos…

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Fun Facts about the Galapagos Islands

Fun Facts about the Galapagos Islands

I never would have described crabs as interesting or fun to watch, until I saw Sally Lightfoot Crabs while visiting the Galapagos. Sally Lightfoot…

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Baltra, Galapagos Islands

Baltra, Galapagos Islands

A travel guide to Galapagos tours, boats, cruises & yacht charters Your flight from Quito or Guayaquil lands at either Baltra or San…

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Galapagos Islands Maps

Galapagos Islands Maps

Map your way around the Galapagos Islands There are a total of 13 major Galapagos Islands, 6 minor islands and over 40 mini islets. The major…

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Ecuador to Galapagos boat

Ecuador to Galapagos boat

2. Re: How to book a last minute Galapagos Cruise We travelled in September, so it was off season. That meant that many of the boats were not…

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Ecuador National Geographic

Ecuador National Geographic

Fast Facts Population: 13, 032, Capital: Quito; 1, 451, Area: 283, 560 square kilometers (109, 483 square miles) Language: Spanish, Quechua…

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Galapagos Islands population

Galapagos Islands population

Tourism is undeniably the economic lifeblood of the Galapagos Islands and has played a critical role in their conservation over the last four…

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