Four of the Galapagos Archipelago’s thirteen major islands are inhabited by people. This means that 97% of the Galapagos Islands’ land mass is unpopulated and maintained as a national park. The remoteness of the islands and their international fame for being home to magnificent animals means that the archipelago’s 30,000 human residents are often overlooked. […]
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Chances are when you think of the Galápagos Islands, Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and giant tortoises will come to mind. But why? Let’s go a little deeper to find out why this Ecuadorian paradise is an important tropical haven. The Galápagos archipelago is a unique center of breathtaking beauty and unusual creatures. Its verdant islands […]
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Taking pictures and videos underwater is a passion for many divers, and getting ‘that’ photo can be a bit of an obsession. With the introduction of the GoPro we have seen a huge increase in the number of divers…
The Galapagos Marine Reserve is one of the largest and most biologically diverse marine protected areas (MPAs) in the world. The MPA covers 133,000 square kilometers (51,352 square miles), surrounding the Galapagos Islands in the eastern Pacific Ocean, about 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) off Ecuador’s coast.