A trip to the Galapagos Islands is high on many people’s bucket lists, and for good reason given all the incredible ecosystem has to offer. Not only is it a mecca for water sports like kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving, but there is much to see on land as well.
However, a trip to the islands off the coast of Ecuador can be quite pricey, especially after paying for your cruise, hotels and flights. And that’s where Google comes in.
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To celebrate the 178th anniversary of Charles Darwin arriving on the islands, the search-engine giant launched 360 degree Street View imagery of the Galapagos. Now, users can take a peek at those adorable sea lions, giant tortoises, schools of fish and blue-footed boobies—without spending a cent.