Galapagos Islands

Islands, where stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, and untouched natural beauty await, offering a truly unforgettable experience.

A place where Darwin “discovered God”. The Galapagos Islands were discovered by Spanish sailors in the mid-16th century. Sea travelers who landed on the shore were amazed by the beauties of local nature and the abundance of turtles inhabiting the territory. The islands got their name from the word 'galapagos' - sea turtle. The vast majority of animals and plants that can be found on volcanic islands, in the coastal zone and on steep cliffs are endemic. This says only one thing, they are not found anywhere else on our planet. Naturally, the marine iguana is a symbol of the Galapagos Islands we must not forget about the Galapagos cormorants, buzzards (vulture), holothurias and sea lions: all these animals, like many others, live only here.
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