Magnificent Frigatebirds are found on North Seymour island in the Galapagos, and are famous for puffing out their bright red chests during mating season.
San Cristobel is the starting point for many visitors to the Galapagos Islands, and serves as the gateway to Punta Pitt and Kicker Rock.
Espanola is one of the Galapagos Islands’ best spots, thanks to its spectacular scenery and fun wildlife encounters.
Santa Cruz is where you’ll find those incredible Galapagos tortoises, along with the Charles Darwin research station and the cute town of Puerto Ayora.
I travelled to 10 countries in 2014, and my adventures included a Galapagos Islands cruise, an Indian wedding, Oktoberfest and glamping in Slovenia.
Few places compare to the Galapagos Islands when it comes to the amount of wildlife in completely untouched habitats. Here are some of the most popular species.
Offering a spectacular view of arguably the most famous spot in the entire Galapagos Islands, the island of Bartolome is like something out of a movie.
As the highest capital city in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quito and its gorgeous historic centre should be on everyone’s must-see list.
Floreana is not only home to turtles and flamingos, but just so happens to be one of the few Galapagos Islands that is also inhabited by people.
A trip to the Galapagos Islands is an absolutely unforgettable, bucket list worthy experience that’s well worth the trek. If you’re lucky enough to get the chance to go, make sure you have the following items in your suitcase.