Showing posts with label Galapagos Islands. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Galapagos Islands. Show all posts

Video: The Wild Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands rank amongst the top travel destinations in the world, and watching this clip its easy to understand why. The unique creatures found there are a big enough draw on their own, but the beautiful waters that surround the islands are enticing too. Enjoy!

Wild Galápagos from GALAXIID on Vimeo.

Video: A Visit to the Amazing Galapagos Islands

Located 620 miles off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands are one of the most famous and intriguing destinations on the planet. It was there that Charles Darwin first formulated his ideas of natural selection and evolution as he observed unique wildlife, some of which exists no where else on Earth. This video takes us to the Galapagos and gives us a glimpse of those creatures, as well as some of the wonderful landscapes that exist there. If you've ever wanted to visit this place for yourself, this short film might finally convince you to make that happen.

GALAPAGOS from irenaVision on Vimeo.

Video: A Journey Through the Galapagos Islands

With their stunning natural beauty and dizzying array of wildlife, the Galapagos Islands are one of the top destinations for travelers from around the world. Located 906 km (563 miles) off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos are home creatures that don't exist anywhere else on Earth. They are also the isolated living laboratory that spawned Charles Darwin's concepts of natural selection and evolution. In this video, we take a photographic journey through this spectacular setting, catching a glimpse of some of those animals, and the wild settings that they live in.

And when you're ready to visit the Galapagos for yourself, my friends at Mountain Travel Sobek can help. They offer multiple options for exploring the islands, and other parts of Ecuador as well. This truly is a destination that should be on the bucket list for any adventure traveler, and MTS can help you get there.

Galapagos from Tom Pinsard on Vimeo.