The Galapagos Islands are home to the most fascinating species of animals on earth. We compiled a spectacular collection of “Animal Photos Galapagos Islands” to share with you. You won’t see many of these animals anywhere else in the world. They’re unique to the Galapagos islands and they are incredible to see. Galapagos Animals The Galapagos Islands are located off… Read More
Ecuador is a country in South America that crosses the Equator and houses the Galapagos Island. This travel guide helps you make the most of your Ecuador vacation.
The last time we swam with sharks we were in Belize while diving our way through Central America in 2003. We had gone down take our dive masters course in Honduras for the winter. We were already accomplished rescue divers with nearly 100 dives under our belts in the deep cold waters of Ontario’s Georgian Bay and the St. Lawrence… Read More
The thing we loved the most about our Active Galapagos adventure was the fact that we stayed on land each night. I bet you didn’t know this, but 28,000 people live on the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador and contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to stay on a boat.
We love all things Canadian and nothing says Canada more than Roots Canada. Official sponsor of our favourite Olympic team outfits and great Canadian company who embraces the our national animal, The Beaver.
Visiting the Sierra Negra in the Galapagos is an excellent day hike on San Isabella Island. As luck would have it though, today’s hike over lava fields and hot rocks was spent under ominous clouds keeping us safe from the sun.
We had an action packed 10 days in the Galapagos Islands. but for this Friday we wanted to share a little history of the Galapagos. It’s a dark one.