Dec 28, 2017
By Valerie Massie
The Galapagos Islands are a far-flung archipelago, 1000 kilometres off the coast of Ecuador, and they are a “bucket list” destination for many travellers. The islands are famous as the place where Charles Darwin’s ideas of evolution took wing following his visit there aboard the Beagle in 1835. Today’s visitors can follow in his footsteps and still experience the same wildlife encounters that sparked the huge scientific leap forward embodied in his book “The Origin of Species”. Click here for more info.