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The Galapagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands may just inspire you to think differently about the world. The creatures that call the islands home, many found nowhere else in the world, act as if humans are nothing more than slightly annoying paparazzi.

This is not the Bahamas and these aren’t typical tropical paradises; in fact, most of the islands are devoid of vegetation and some look more like the moon than Hawaii. However, more humans live here than is commonly assumed, and there’s a surprising level of development in the islands’ towns, mostly geared toward the thriving tourism industry.

This isolated group of volcanic islands and its fragile ecosystem has taken on almost mythological status as a showcase of biodiversity. Yet you don’t have to be an evolutionary biologist or an ornithologist to appreciate one of the few places left on the planet where the human footprint is kept to a minimum.

Nearly 180 years after Darwin was first awed by the Galapagos, the islands still work their magic for travelers from all over the world. The animals steal the show — the penguins playing on Pinnacle Rock, the sea lions lazily accepting of human presence — but there is so much more. 

Discover the rugged inland terrains and 
explore everything from lush mangroves 
to lava tunnels

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