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Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

Fishing for Trash: How Travel Keeps Galapagos National Park Pristine

WWF April 22, 2017 0

In a place as remote as the Galapagos Islands, I expected to encounter a pristine wild habitat, nearly unspoiled by human activity. I was rewarded with such an experience, snorkeling with dozens of sea

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Video: Galapagos Diving, Blue-Footed Booby Style

Video: Galapagos Diving, Blue-Footed Booby Style

WWF April 12, 2017 0

Many travelers venture to the Galapagos in search of the famous blue-footed booby. I was no exception. I couldn’t wait to see the bright blue feet I’d only seen in photos. We spent the

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Photo Essay: Conservation Inspiration in the Galapagos

Photo Essay: Conservation Inspiration in the Galapagos

WWF September 28, 2016 2

At the end of June I had the amazing opportunity to travel with Natural Habitat Adventures to the Galápagos Islands. As you might imagine, it was the trip of a lifetime – and not

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The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

The Galápagos: Conservation in Action

Karl Egloff July 13, 2016 4

“The natural history of these islands is eminently curious, and well deserves attention,” wrote Charles Darwin.  As a WWF supporter, staff member, and recent NatHab traveler, one of the things I found most impressive

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Get to Know a Guide: Q&A with Gustavo Andrade

Get to Know a Guide: Q&A with Gustavo Andrade

WWF February 3, 2016 0

The Galapagos Islands have been part of Gustavo Andrade’s life for as long as he can remember. Raised by a father who worked as a Galapagos tour boat captain for many years, Gustavo’s childhood was spent sailing

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The Future of Galapagos Cruising

The Future of Galapagos Cruising

Natural Habitat Adventures May 27, 2015 2

Experience the wonders of the Galapagos on a small-group adventure aboard the newest private yacht exploring the islands – the M/V Origin, designed with the most cutting-edge features available in the archipelago. Making its

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