The Galapagos is an archipelago of volcanic islands 972 km west of mainland Ecuador. This archipelago contains 13 main islands, 6 smaller islands, and 107 rocks and islets. Known all over the World for its famous giant tortoises and Charles Darwin theory of evolution-these unique islands are a UNESCO’s World Heritage site. The animals lack fear- you can easily swim next to sea lions, penguins and other marine life. The islands were completely uninhabited by man until 1535 and for the wildlife living there man was just another species. It is a paradise for snorkeling; you can see rays, turtles, sharks and more!
Volunteer in Galapagos is a unique life experience for adventurers of all ages.