My Photos : Sandy Lane
During the Summer of 2009 I promised my grandson that the following summer, after his high school graduation, I\'d take him anywhere in the world as long as he was willing to travel with me. He chose the Galapagos Archipelago.
Read my journal : Two Perspectives on Our Galapagos Journey
My Photos : lynda bogan
Our Galapagos trip combined adventure (snorkeling with sharks, sea turtles, & sea lions), geology (volcanoes), zoology, history (Darwin), folklore (murder & intrigue), culture, & rest. But the best was sharing it with the people I love the most!
Read my journal : Galapagos Islands Cruise
My Photos : Diane Meixner
Galapagos Adventure: Memories of my amazing vacation! After being on over 22 cruises on big ships, I was looking for a different experience. I think Adventure Life did a outstanding job with all the arrangements, informative guides and staff before, during and after our Galapagos cruise on the Millennium.
Read my journal : Galapagos Adventure
My Photos : Joan Curti
Each day I found myself amazed, excited, inspired, humbled, filled with a sense of wonder, or all of these! A fantastic vacation to Old City Quito, Sacha Lodge in the Amazon, Otovalo area, and the Galápagos onboard the Millenium.
Read my journal : Jon and Joan\'s Excellent Adventure in Ecuador
My Photos : Reilly Sullivan
How do you sum up a trip to the Galapagos? A birders paradise? A zoo without cages? Neither of the previous statements do Darwins Islands any justice. The Flamingo I, our vessel for the week, took us on an expedition to see and experience as much of the Galapagos as we possible could.
Read my journal : Galapagos Cruise With Dad
My Photos : Erin Brisson
A group of students from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY were lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel to Ecuador and to the Galapagos Islands. This is just one student\'s journal from the adventure..
Read my journal : Ecuador/Galapagos Adventure 2008
My Photos : Renee Noffke
My tour de Ecuador took me from Guayaquil & the coast to the incredible Galapagos Islands and finally to Quito & the highlands. I was overwhelmed by the natural diversity of this small country, not to mention the warmth of the Ecuadorian people.
Read my journal : Renee's Ecuadorian Adventure