Galapagos Islands

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a group of islands in the Pacific off South America

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No species has done more to upset the delicately balanced ecosystem of the Galapagos Islands than humans.
Previously a beach house repurposed into a twelve room comfort class boutique hotel, Casita de la Playa offers guests the experience of privilege and privacy among the Galapagos Islands.
NASDAQ: LIND) has signed a definitive agreement for the purchase of the vessel Via Australis to be used in its operations in the Galapagos Islands, the company said.
Quito, Sha'ban 8, 1436, May 26, 2015, SPA -- A volcano on the Galapagos Island archipelago that had
Over 100,000 giant tortoises existed on the Galapagos Islands when the Spanish sailors discovered them.
Long renowned for its biological diversity, the Galapagos Islands are also an important geological site.
IWC's new Aquatimer collection is atribute to the magical Galapagos Islands
Prices for the May 30, 2014 Galapagos Islands cruise start at $4,298 (includes $1,000 discount), and include accommodations, all excursions, most meals, transfers and tips to porters and waiters for included meals.
13 ( ANI ): Google Street View fans can now get the chance to explore some of the most amazing landscapes and wildlife of Ecuador's Galapagos islands.
Moon Ecuador & the Galapagos Islands provides a fine handbook on planning the perfect trip to the region and is packed with over forty maps and the firsthand experiences of author Ben Westwood.
QUITO -- A 74-year-old US tourist died Saturday when she fell and struck her head while visiting the famed tortoise breeding grounds in Ecuador's Galapagos islands, the nature reserve said.
Summary: Since the very sad death of Lonesome Geroge, Diego is the new tortoise who has taken centre stage on the Galapagos islands.
Holiday like Hollywood royalty Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie recently raised the profile of the Galapagos Islands when they visited the fragile Ecuador archipelago.
Named for their tortoise the Galapagos Islands are famous for inspiring biologist Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, or how species change over time.