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Ecuador Review Part 2: San Cristobal & Espanola

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Maria and Strom 's  adventure in Ecuador  continues: (Read Part 1 Here) San Cristobal Island We began our Galapagos adventure when we arrived to San Cristobal in the afternoon and took a bus to the pier, where we were greeted by a baby and mother seal, two iguanas, and several pelicans. We took a panga (Zodiac boat) to get to the M/Y Orig...
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Ecuador Guest Review Part 1: Quito - Off we go!

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Maria and Strom recently returned from an adventure in Ecuador , first stopping to explore Quito and then onto the Galapagos aboard the luxury M/Y Origin . Here are some lovely excerpts from Maria's trip journal - she really paints an exciting picture of what a trip to Ecuador looks like. (Part 2 coming soon: The Galapagos)...
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Luggage Tag Contest | Winning Photo Of Sea Turtle In The Galapagos

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We were thrilled to choose Robert's photo of a sea turtle as one of our 8 alumni winners. Here's how this photo came about and what it means to him:  "This photo was taken during my fifth trip to the Galapagos. Despite traveling to the islands over a span of 20 years, the Galapagos continue to amaze me in terms of the quality of...
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Luggage Tag Contest | Winning Galapagos Photo of a Marine Iguana

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Casey was one of 8 alumni chosen for their spectacular photos for our 2019 luggage tags contest. We're excited to get her photo (above) printed on our new luggage tags that we'll be sending out in 2019. Here's how her photo came about: "From the time I was little, I have always been fascinated with animals and nature in general....
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Galapagos Essentials | What You Need to Know

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  Many consider a  trip to the Galapagos  as a "trip-of-a-lifetime", but if you're like most aspiring Galapagos adventurers , you've probably looked at countless brochures and websites only to become more confused. So many yachts, islands and itineraries, and what's all this about naturalist guide ratings? Well yo...
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