There are 21 volcanoes in the Galapagos Islands that emerge from the ocean and from the Archipelago. Of these, 13 volcanoes are active!
Charles Darwin, born on February 12th, 1809, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England - died on April 19th, 1882, Downe, Kent, English naturalist whose scientific theory of evolution by natural selection became the foundation of modern evolutionary studies.
Galapagos Islands are well known for their extraordinary diversity of flora and fauna, while the actual formation of the Galapagos hasn’t been overlooked until recently. The creation of the Enchanted Islands is one of the most unique processes on Earth, yet it is still a mystery that scientists are trying to solve.
“The Galapagos archipelago as a whole is a surrealistic picture come to life”
There is a natural paradise where life is in a pure state. Imagine swimming among sharks, walking alongside giant tortoises, sea lions, blue-footed boobies and dazzling you with unique landscapes in the world.
Galapagos Islands, known around the world as the "Enchanted Islands", were declared a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. In addition to other recognitions, they have been considered the first destination to see before dying.
“Ecuadorians are rare and unique beings: they sleep peacefully in the midst of crisp volcanoes, live poor in the midst of incomparable riches and rejoice with sad music” - Humboldt
Observed from above, the Ecuadorian Andes display a collage of colors, as if nature had woven their own tapestry over them. A closer look, on the other hand, reveals to us that this surprising panorama is not only an expression of nature, but also the result of man's work.
The Ecuadorian Amazon invites us to discover a world of infinite diversity, part of its inhabitants - members of ancestral people - for its rich flora, fauna, landscapes, and variety of activities to perform