Along with its staggering diversity of architecture, landscapes, wildlife and culture, Ecuador also possesses an exceptional natural wonder – the Galapagos Islands
Despite being one the smallest countries in South America, Ecuador offers a staggering diversity of architecture, landscapes, wildlife and culture, including jungle tribes, colonial towns, thermal springs, vast expanses of rainforest, bird-filled cloud forests, snow-capped mountains, volcanoes and an extensive Pacific coastline. All these facets alone would be ample for a wonderful holiday, but Ecuador also holds a top trump card in the New World natural history pack.
Ecuador is fortunate to possess the volcanic Galapagos Islands, one of the world’s great natural wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Their remarkable collection of endemic birds, reptiles and plants led Charles Darwin to formulate one of the greatest scientific theories of all time: survival of the fittest, or the theory of evolution.
Visit Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands and discover for yourself what made Darwin so excited.