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Whale Sharks in Galapagos

Whales sharks might seems intimidating but, they´re actually a slow filter- feeding type of shark that´s also the biggest fish in the world!  From June to Dicember you can encouter

A todos los aficionados a la observación de aves: Alístense para ir a Galápagos en Octubre

¡Octubre es un mes especial para observar la Garza de Lava! Estas aves, endémicas de las Islas Galápagos y también conocidas como garzas estriadas, comienzan su anidación. Debido a que

Galápagos Penguins

Did you know that the Galápagos penguin is the only penguin species found north of the Equator? Galápagos penguins are a rare and endangered species, and they are very active

August in Galápagos: Featuring Giant Tortoises

Did you know that the Galápagos Islands are named after getting their giant tortoises? The word “Galápagos” means saddle, and when Spaniards came to the islands they found that the

Galápagos Marine Reserve

The mix of hot and cold water temperatures has invited species from different areas in the Pacific ocean to coexist in this marine sanctuary. The Cromwell submarine current generates plenty

In April: Green Galapagos & Wildlife season

Galapagos in April  Max. temp: 85°F (29.4°C)   Min. temp: 73°F (22.8°C)   Sea temp.: 77°F (25.0°C)   Avg. Rainfall: 1.5 in (3.8 cm)   In April, the rainy season in Galapagos is over. This season

Galapagos: Frigate birds in March!

March in San Cristobal and Genovesa means frigates’ mating season. These magnificent birds, also called “the condor of the oceans” by famous Charles Darwin, have an impressive wingspan and a

January in Galapagos: Green Sea Turtles lay their eggs

January is the month when Galápagos Giant Tortoises’ eggs start hatching, and sea turtles begin to lay their eggs.  Green Sea Turtles are the only species of marine turtles that lays eggs

To all birders: Watch out for Galápagos in October

October is a special month for the Lava Heron! These birds, also known as striated herons and endemic to the Galápagos Islands, start nesting. Because their grayish color allows them