The Galapagos Islands are comprised of thirteen primary islets, of which only four are populated. It is situated over 500 miles offshore from the mainland of Ecuador and is home to an assortment of exotic animals, including lava lizards and giant sea tortoises. Renowned biologist Charles Darwin conducted some of

The Galapagos Islands Geography, Climate and Brief History A most-read guide before embarking on your Galapagos Trip. A bit of Galapagos geography, climate and history.   Situated right on the Equator, the Galapagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands that are distributed on either side of the Equator and surrounds the center

Galapagos Marine Sanctuary: 6 facts about Wolf & Darwin Islands in Galapagos and the astounding wildlife and flora that inhabits the area. An unbelievable array of colors; trumpetfish, trevally barracuda, parrotfish, angelfish, surgeonfish and the delightful racoon butterflyfish inhabit the area. Not to mention the vast schools of hammerheads or