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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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Scouting the Skies and Combing the Beaches in the Galapagos Islands

Scouting the Skies and Combing the Beaches in the Galapagos Islands

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 20, 2014 13

Ever since the Galapagos Islands first appeared in an atlas in 1570, people have been curious about the archipelago and the unique animals and flora that abound there. Pirates, scientists, “royalty,” whalers and even

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A Conservationist’s Dream Honeymoon in the Galapagos

A Conservationist’s Dream Honeymoon in the Galapagos

WWF November 12, 2014 0

By Rachel Kramer, Program Officer, Wildlife Conservation and TRAFFIC My husband and I are scientists. We are fascinated by species and their habitats. When it came to selecting a place for our honeymoon, the Galapagos Islands—visited

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2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

2014 National Geographic Photo Contest Amazes

Chris Miller October 27, 2014 0

National Geographic Magazine annual photo contest is under way again! Photographers can submit their stunning shots up until the October 31st deadline. Here are a few of our favorite wildlife photo submissions so far

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Spotlight on Sustainability: What is the IGTOA?

Spotlight on Sustainability: What is the IGTOA?

Court Whelan, Ph.D. May 12, 2014 0

No, it’s not the name of a monster from one of those Godzilla movies, nor is it the name of a European shelving unit that you’d find at Ikea. IGTOA stands for the International

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Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Video of the Week: Swimming with Galapagos Sea Lions

Elissa Poma February 21, 2014 0

I had the pleasure of meeting traveler Richard Jacobs during a trip to Churchill, Canada, to see polar bears. A great conversationalist, considerate environmentalist and fine travel companion, Jacobs also proved to be a

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