The Global Warming is causing animals to change their shape
Charles Darwin visited Galapagos Islands in the 1800s. He observed that the birds that inhabited the islands evolved different beak shapes to suit the food they were eating.
A Guide for a Galapagos Cruise Vacation
For many, a Galapagos cruise vacation is the trip of a lifetime. The islands are a must-see for anyone who hasn't been to them. As many other travelers, I had long wanted to go on a Galapagos cruise vacation. After seeing photos of the islands in National Geographic, I was hooked. Since then, they have fascinated me.
Special Promotions to Galapagos Islands
Every month of the year we have great promotions. For December we have great offers in all our cruises, now we put at your disposal our promotional departures in the Petrel Cruise.
Plastic pollution is affecting juvenile sea turtles by creating an evolutionary trap
A new study has shown that plastic pollution is causing an evolutionary trap for sea turtles. The University of Exeter led a research team that discovered plastic in small juvenile turtles near the coasts of Australia's east (Pacific Ocean) as well as west (Indian Ocean).
Students From Penn State Teach Galapagos Teenagers Diving Techniques for A Science Project to help The Local Community
Michael Weisberg, professor in philosophy and codirector of the Galapagos Education and Research Alliance was part of a team of Penn students that traveled to the Galapagos Islands to complete their science projects.
Galapagos is now open
Galapagos was the first province of Ecuador to receive Covid-19 vaccine. The entire adult population of over 30,000+ has received both doses from Pfizer, as well as all of our crew.