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Did the Galapagos Islands always belong to the same country?

When the enchanted islands were discovered in 1535 by Fray Tomás de Berlanga...

Wellness: Your good habits shouldn’t stop at the holidays.

Your Galapagos Legend expedition can also be an exploration and connection with yourself.

Important Update About Requirements To Enter The Galapagos Islands

Beginning on August 31st, the following New entry Guidelines to the Galapagos Islands will apply: International visitors traveling to the Galapagos Islands – Passengers who are 16 years and older will be required to provide: A negative RT-PCR Test taken within 72 hours before traveling and additionally, A vaccination card with a complete series of […]

Are there really penguins in the Galapagos Islands?

Penguins in the Galapagos? Don’t they belong in cold weather, in the north and south poles? How can this...

Paradise is filled with sharks, and you’ll love them

According to UNESCO, the Galapagos Islands are known as the unique ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’

Darwin’s natural monument broke into two… pillars

After Charles Darwin made the Galapagos Islands world famous (with his studies of the theory of evolution and natural...

The awaken ‘Wolf’: the eruption of the volcano in the Galapagos Islands

The Enchanted Islands are a group of volcanoes separated from the mainland and driven by their own hotspot...

Ecuador’s President formalizes expansion of Galapagos Marine Reserve, celebrates milestone aboard the Galapagos Legend

Today, the President of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, signed an executive decree formalizing the expansion of the Galapagos Marine Reserve (GMR). President Lasso signed the order during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Puerto Ayora. A celebratory lunch hosted by the Presidency of Ecuador and the Ministry of Environment followed aboard the Galapagos Legend, the flagship of Go […]

6 Tips for Finding the Best Hiking Trails in The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands include 20 different landmasses and cover 17,000 square miles. This group of 13 large and 7 smaller but remarkable islands is off the coast of Ecuador and offers those interested in the natural world an amazing opportunity to experience and learn more about our world.    While there are many places you […]

GALAPAGOS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS UPDATE – October 21

Ecuadorian Authorities introduced the following entry requirements for Galapagos, by air, which will take effect from October 23rd at 00h00. ENTRY TO GALAPAGOS: All passengers, older than 2 years old, regardless of their residence, must: Complete vaccination card with at least 14 days of validity. OR Present a negative result of a COVID-19 RT-PCR test, taken within […]