Galapagos Islands

With its bewildering array of exotic wildlife and natural diversity, the Galapagos was the place Darwin first recognised evolution in action. These days, as a UNESCO World Heritage site, its pristine nature has been kept intact, leaving it as one of the few places in the world where you feel like humans are just visiting. Located on a series of active volcanoes, you will spend your days in perpetual summertime, gingerly walking through beaches of iguanas and swimming with centuries old turtles.

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