The Galapagos archipelago, 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, is located at the confluence of 3 great oceanic currents: cold, nutrient rich waters from the south, known as the South Equatorial Current, mix with the warm Panama Current and the cold, deep Cromwell Current from the West. Combined with the Galapagos’ remote location, the […]
The trickiest part of planning a visit to the Galapagos Islands can simply be “Which month do I pick to travel?”
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans,” says the famous John Lennon quote, delivering a gentle warning to day dreamers. In life, there are people who do things, and people who talk about doing things: Rebecca Rothney heads up the “just do it” camp. We sit down with the inspirational […]
Some of the most iconic images of the Galapagos have to be those of the archipelago’s ultimate beach bum – the sea lion – lying row-upon-row on the shore, lapping up the sun’s rays. These mammals can get away with looking cute and cuddly lounging about with their bellies on display. Us homo sapiens, on […]
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