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Galapagos in May: Blue footed boobies’ mating season

Blue-footed Boobies  are in mating season during April and May, giving visitors the chance to see them do their fancy dance. During the booby-mating season, male Blue-footed Boobies do a

Blue-footed Boobies: the most amusing birds in Galápagos Islands

Blue-footed Boobies: these cute birds are many of Galápagos travelers’ favorites! During the months of April and May they enter their mating season, giving visitors the chance to see them do their

San Cristóbal Island: Discover its main attractions!

Along with Isabela and Santa Cruz, further east, San Cristóbal is another popular destination in the Galapagos Islands. It has a very relaxed vibe and it is an island for

Discover the Ecuadorian Coast: The Spondylus Route

The best way to enjoy the top beaches on the Ecuadorian Coast is the Spondylus Route or Ruta del Sol! This famous route is frequently travelled by locals and internationals who

Española Island

At the Southeastern tip of Galápagos, uninhabited by humans, Española is a sanctuary for birds, paradise for birdwatchers and the only breeding spot for the Galápagos waved albatross. The island’s

Machalilla National Park: culture and adventure along the coast

Located in the province of Manabí, its name comes from the Machalilla pre-hispanic culture. Machalilla was declared a National Park in 1979, becoming one of the first protected areas in

Isabela: An Enchanted Island with much to explore

Isabela is the largest of the islands that conform the Galapagos Archipelago and it is the second with the most volcanic activity! This island is inhabited by fishermen and early

LATIN AMERICA FOR ALL: MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE!

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” -Francis of Assisi I believe this phrase fits perfectly for a person like me, who

Isla Española

Al sureste de Galápagos, la isla Española es un santuario de pájaros, paraíso para birdwatchers y el único lugar donde el albatros ondulado de Galápagos puede anidar. Deshabitada por humanos,