|Colorful Indian markets|
|Hacienda of Ecuador|
|Avenue of the Volcanoes|
These world-famous islands make up Ecuador's first and largest national park. Established in 1959, the park includes 13 major islands, 6 small islands, and 42 islets (some barely big enough to set foot upon).
It is not the volcanic islands that attract most visitors, but rather the renowned wildlife endemic to the islands, located 600 miles from the nearest continent. Giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, flightless cormorants, waved albatrosses, and marine iguanas roam around in what Darwin described as a "living laboratory" of evolution.
To discover the Galapagos Islands is to discover nature in its purest state! Do come and enjoy:
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