The Magic of the Galapagos Islands

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600km off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Island chains form one of the most spectacular examples of protected natural biodiversity on the planet. Giant tortoises, brightly coloured marine iguanas and a vast array of unique and spectacular birds populate the region with a staggering percentage of these species being endemic – meaning you won’t […]

Filed Under: Blog, Galapagos, Wildlife by The Crime Traveller April 26, 2017, 8:50 am

600km off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Island chains form one of the most spectacular examples of protected natural biodiversity on the planet.

Giant tortoises, brightly coloured marine iguanas and a vast array of unique and spectacular birds populate the region with a staggering percentage of these species being endemic – meaning you won’t see them in the wild anywhere else on earth.

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Cruise or land based trip? Big or small ship? These questions and more are answered in this month’s episode of The Crime Traveller. Listen to the full show here:

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