If you’re looking for an exotic vacation with plenty of amazing sights and wildlife, look no further than the Galapagos Islands. Made famous by Charles Darwin’s studies on and about the island, the Galapagos Islands are a part of Ecuador and have a population of just over 25,000. The majority of the population live in Puerto Ayora. The Galapagos Islands have two seasons: warm and wet (from Dec. to May) and dry and cool (from June to Dec.). There is an abundance ecosystems and wildlife spread across the islands…much, much more than the giant Galapagos tortoises that you may be familiar with. In fact, the convergence of three major ocean currents at the junction of the Galapagos Islands attributes to the huge variety of marine life.
Here are five things to do on your visit to the Galapagos Islands: