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Exclusive destination

Archipelago located in the south Pacific.

An exceptional and spectacular destination.

A must for people who love nature, animals and flora and fauna. 
The Galapagos Islands are preserved in their original state The fauna and flora above and below the water are unique and have been preserved for 95 years in their original state. Since the 1970s, thanks to tourism, originality, endemic diversity and the development of species, it has been possible to protect them. The islands have only had national park rights since 1959 and have been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1978. In 1998 the waters around the Galapagos Islands were placed under nature protection as a marine reserve of the Galapagos.


Magnificent, absolutely heavenly and eerie, unforgettable - there is no superlative that does not describe the Galapagos Islands.


The oldest islands in the archipelago - Española and San Cristóbal - are over three million years old. Fernandina, the youngest island in the Galapagos, is less than 35,000 years old.

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