The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are located west of Ecuador very close to the Equator. The islands have a population of approximately 25,000 and comprise 18 separate islands. The islands have a tropical climate with significant rainfall. The Galapagos has a very important part in History for it is on these islands where Charles Darwin began developing his theories regarding natural selection and evolution. With the incredible numbers of different species, it provided Darwin with a tremendous laboratory for investigation. The best time to visit is in the summer and autumn months, as winter months are the rainiest. Before visiting, look out for Galapagos tours online availability and suitable flights to ensure you make the most out of your trip.

Thousands of tourists travel to these islands to get a glimpse of the wildlife and their habitats as there are thousands of unusual animals that live here. From sandy beaches to lush forestry, this destination is magical. If you’re thinking you’re wanting to visit some of the islands at some point, look into Galapagos tours and be breath taken by the otherworldly views, as we’re sure Darwin was.

There is one must see within the Galapagos Islands. There is a lagoon which peeks out from Rocas Baimbridgen. The lagoon referred to as the Galapagos Lagoon is a stunning group of coral and rock formations encircling a pool of clear blue waters.