It’s the diversity of conditions that make Galápagos such a unique ecosystem. To travel here is a privilege we don’t take lightly. That’s why our expeditions are as low impact as possible. So you can experience the wonders of Galápagos, without disturbing the balance of nature in this special place.

Test your knowledge about the Galápagos islands

In which vegetation zone would you find the Opuntia cactus, also known as the prickly pear?

The islands in the Galápagos all differ in age, but which are the oldest?

How many inches does the Nazca plate move per year?

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Experience The Midnight Sun

Imagine that the sun never set, that night never came, and the days were endless. This is actually a real phenomenon, and if you’re lucky, you’ll see it for yourself

The Global Seed Vault

In the remote High Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, 1,300 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, seeds from around the world lie dormant, safe, and secure in a biological Noah’s ark. 

Galapagos: An evolving story

Around five million years ago, a series of violent volcanic events began in the Pacific Ocean hundreds of miles from the coast of South America.

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