Webinar: International Expeditions Presents the Galapagos Islands

March 24, 2016
There really is nowhere else quite like it. Six hundred miles off the coast of Ecuador lie the volcanic islands of the Galapagos, the most incredible living museum of evolutionary changes famous for a wealth of plants, animals and landscapes found nowhere else. Join IE staff for an online preview of International Expeditions’ small-ship Galapagos journey. Discover the wonder that is Galapagos with a virtual expedition of our two comprehensive itinerary options- Darwin’s Enchanted Isles and the Central and Northern Islands. During this interactive session you will: • Get a virtual tour of the 32-guest M/V Evolution, and learn the advantages of traveling aboard this intimate vessel rather than a larger cruise ship, without sacrificing any comfort and enjoying world-class service. • See stunning photos of an array of curious wildlife from playful sea lions to giant tortoises to vibrant blue-footed boobies – there’s simply no more intimate experience with nature. • Learn about the daily activities, including guided snorkeling, nature walks and lectures, led by our highly experienced native naturalists. International Expeditions’ expertise in the Galapagos Islands spans four decades – enough time to discover that the combination of curious wildlife, exceptional naturalist guides and our ideal expedition ship create a “Must Do” experience for nature enthusiasts! “International Expeditions’ Galapagos Voyage is probably the best trip I have ever been on! Having such an informed naturalist on the trip was a highlight. First class service!” – Bill Porter
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