Located off the west coast of Ecuador, you will find the mysteriously enchanting Galapagos Islands laying in the Pacific Ocean. The 13 large islands that make up the Galapagos straddle the equator and provide amazing wildlife viewing experiences for those that venture to the area.

Arriving on the islands, you will walk in the same footsteps as Charles Darwin. The English naturalist first arrived on the Galapagos Islands in 1835. Darwin found a variety of species on the islands that were seen no place else on Earth, and while staying on the Galapagos, you too will have a chance to see rare flora and fauna just as Darwin did so long ago. Many people who visit the islands do so to see the amazing wildlife as the Galapagos offers something rare, strange and intriguing.