The Galapagos archipelago is a major source of biodiversity in the world. Many researchers from all over the world come together to study the many species that are endemic to the archipelago. This UNESCO protected site is framed by strict visits rules so as not to destroy this paradise on earth, not just because of tourism but especially to preserve the animals that are at home.

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This Baltra island is only used as the main Galapagos Archipelago airport.

Bartolomé, which is a young volcanic island, is one of the best places in the Galapagos to take spectacular photos.


Daphne Island is one of the Galápagos Islands that is most regulated by Galapagos National Park norms, and difficult to access.

Española Island is the Galapagos Island with albatrosses, sea lions, and marine iguanas.


Fernandina Island is the Galapagos island where no human-imported species have been found.

Also known as Santa Maria, the Floreana Island is marked by history.


Being one of the most remote islands in the Galapagos archipelago, Genovese Island is renowned for its colony of red-footed boobies.

Isabela Island is the largest Galapagos island with the most active volcanoes in the archipelago.


The North Seymour Island is the land of iguanas, large frigates, and blue-footed boobies.

Rábida Island, which is also called Jervis, is a small, very wild, and seldom-visited Galapagos island.


Given that it is the site for the other airport in the Galapagos archipelago, San Cristobal Island is one of the most visited islands in the archipelago.

The Santa Cruz Island is the main and most populous of the Galapagos Islands.


Santa Fe is the island of the endemic Santa Fe land iguanas.

Santiago is the volcanic island of the Galapagos archipelago.


In addition to offering magnificent volcanic landscapes, South Plaza Island is one of the few Galapagos Islands to offer the possibility of spotting land iguanas.

Pinzón Island, also known as Duncan, is a small island of only 18km2 in area and a maximum altitude of around 460 metres.