Expedition to the Galápagos Islands
Dec. 2-12, 2019
Led by Dr. David W. Steadman, Curator of Ornithology at the Florida Museum of Natural History
Hovering over the equator, 600 miles from the coast of Ecuador, the Galápagos is a world within itself. Nearly all creatures that inhabit these islands are found nowhere else on earth and have developed unique adaptations to survive in their environment. With no natural enemies present, the animals throughout this archipelago have virtually no fear of humans, making them remarkably tame, not to mention photogenic!
This expedition will be an educational eco-adventure perfect for anyone with an interest in nature and learning about this incredible world!
$7,260 per person (double occupancy)
Includes: Accommodations (double occupancy), in-country transportation, internal flights, meals and activities as listed in the itinerary, local guides, Galápagos park fee and carbon offset.
Not included: Items of a personal nature, gratuities and international airfare.
VenueBaltra Airport Rd
Baltara, Islas Galápagos Ecuador Get Driving Directions
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