Darwin’s Galapagos

The Galapagos Archipelago is located some 500 miles of the coast of Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean. This chain of volcanic islands straddles the equator and ever since Charles Darwin first described it’s unique animal and plant species during his visit in 1835, they have been on the forefront of the study of how evolution has shaped the living world that we see today.

From giant tortoises to Marine Iguanas and the world’s most northerly species of penguin, the Galapagos Islands are home to an abundance of animals and birds found nowhere else on earth. Visitors are also afforded unrivalled access on foot and by boat due to the isolation of this physical and geographical phenomenon.

Easily accessible from Ecuador by plane, a visit to the Galapagos is high on a lot of people’s bucket lists and has never been easier to achieve. Dominyk has led numerous trips to the Galapagos and his extensive knowledge and photography skills combined with the services or expert local guides means that there is no better way to experience what is one of the top wildlife experiences on the planet.

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