Below are some articles Think Galapagos have featured in that you may enjoy reading.
Battling the slow decline of ancient breed
A Yorkshire tour guide is helping to save one of the world’s oldest species. Mark Casci reports. When the world-famous giant tortoise Lonesome George died this year it made headlines across the entire world…
The best way to see the Galapagos
Think Galapagos (01482 872716; www.thinkgusa.wpengine.com), an Atol-bonded company run by Rachel and Santiago Bejarano in Beverley, West Yorkshire, works only with yachts in the “tourist-superior” category upwards
Going to the Galapagos Islands
Next year is a very big one for the islands. If the bicentenary weren’t enough, it is also the 150th anniversary of the publication of The Origin of Species, the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Galapagos National Park, and the Bicentennial of Ecuador¹s Independence to boot.
What Would Darwin Say?
Ten years ago, I visited the Galapagos Islands for the first time. And, like all first timers, I was completely enchanted by the dramatic scenery of this Eden-like outpost and the guileless charm of its unique, indigenous species.