The Galapagos Islands, an archipelago roughly 600 miles west of the South American mainland, is today part of the country of Ecuador. Its location on the equator affords the islands days and nights of roughly equal duration throughout the year. Ocean currents give the land two distinct seasons. The rainy season, roughly December through May, is characterized by warm, humid
Linda Rumburg recently returned from a trip to the Galapagos Island. This tropical climate truly provides a safari-like experience and is fantastic for family and multigenerational travel. Here are a few images from her trip–enjoy!
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