Galapagos Islands ★
The Galapagos Islands are a small archipelago of islands belonging to Ecuador in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The islands are quite remote and isolated, lying some 1000 km west of the South American continent.
Popular destinations: Puerto Ayora
, Santa Cruz
and San Cristobal
Santa Cruz is the most important island in the Galapagos Islands archipelago, in Ecuador.
San Cristóbal is one of the Galápagos Islands, part of Ecuador.
Isabela Island, known by its Spanish name of Isla Isabela and less commonly by its English name of Albemarle Island, is the largest of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
Floreana Island, also known by its Spanish names of Isla Floreana and Isla Santa Maria, and by its English name of Charles Island, is one of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
Baltra is one of Ecuador's Galapagos Islands. Located in the central part of the archipelago.
Espanola is one of Ecuador's Galapagos Islands. As the most south-easterly island in the Galapagos, it is the oldest and the wildlife has had the most time to evolve.
Genovesa Island, also known in Spanish as Isla Genovesa or by its English name of Tower Island, is one of Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
Fernandina Island, also known in Spanish as Isla Fernandina and less commonly by its English name of Narborough Island, is one of Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
South Plaza Island, and the adjoining North Plaza are two of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador.
Popular Destinations in Ecuador