The Galapagos Islands are home to a wide and beautiful variety
of endemic species described as a "living museum and showcase of
evolution". Over the millennia, each island has formed a unique
ecosystem resulting in specially adapted animals from pelicans to
iguanas, sea lions to giant tortoises and much more. At every turn,
there is incredible wildlife action to be seen, and because there
are no natural predators on the islands, you can get up close and
personal to interact and take brilliant photos of all types of
creatures on land and underwater. The Galapagos is one of the last
true wildernesses on earth and the striking landscapes have not
lost their unique beauty since the days of Charles Darwin.
Here are some of the wildlife sightings you may encounter on the Eclipse and Athala II.