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Galapagos Christmas Vacation 2017

Looking to get away this Christmas but want to do something a little different? The warm, turquoise waters, fascinating wildlife and untouched landscapes of the Galápagos Islands invite you for the holiday of a lifetime.

A Birthday Shoutout to Charles Darwin

In honor of Charles Darwin’s birthday today, February 12, we have put together some quotes to celebrate the illustrious man. Of course, Darwin has gone down in history as a celebrated naturalist whose book, The Origin of Species, changed the way we look at the world and initiated studies of adaptive radiation.

Ecuador Earthquake: Together We Can Help

As many of you may know by know, our friends in Ecuador suffered a major 7.8 magnitude earthquake a couple of weeks ago, devastating the country's coastal towns. Ecuador's President, Rafael Correa, said the quake caused $3 billiion in damages, and that reconstruction will take years.

Exploring the Galápagos: A Guide to Our Trips

When it comes to a place as special and unique as the Galápagos Islands, offering different trips that cater to different needs and interests is important. That's why we offer over ten different trips to the Galápagos throughout the year, including several that offer camping on the beaches inside the national park.

Floreana - Island of Mysteries

Located about fifty miles off the southern coast of Isabela, Floreana (or Isla Santa Maria) has the smallest population of the four inhabited Galapagos Islands, with just over 100 residents. Beginning in the 19th century, Floreana has been continuously inhabited by whalers, pirates and settlers, drawn to the tiny island by its natural water source and lush green season.

Galápagos Guests: Your Donations Count

The International Galápagos Tour Operators Association is an organization ROW partners with in South America that is dedicated to the conservation of the islands along with responsible tour operating.