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GALÁPAGOS: WILDLIFE WONDERLAND


Mysteries of the “enchanted islands” that time forgot...


You may not know this, but a trip to the Galápagos is filled with intriguing mysteries that should inspire the “detective” in every member of your family. The 19 islands are a virtual wildlife wonderland... but how did the birds, reptiles and small mammals, found nowhere else on Earth, first make their way here... what is the real story behind the disappearance of the Galápagos Tortoise... how did naturalist Charles Darwin miss the pink iguana – discovered 150 years after his visit but millions of years old... Get ready to sleuth!


Tauck Bridges Family Value Includes:


• Four nights aboard the 90-guest M / V Santa Cruz, built exclusively for Galápagos Islands cruising; dry & wet landings


• Licensed Naturalist Guides of Galápagos National Park accompany shore excursions and hold briefings aboard ship, offering hands-on natural history lessons; entrance fee to Galápagos National Park is included


• Private Tauck Shore Excursions with experts, averaging two daily, for wildlife sightings and special activities


• Have lunch near a dormant volcano near the Equator and explore colonial Quito on a guided tour


• Visit the Tortoise Breeding Center at La Galapaguera to learn about marine and terrestrial conservation in the islands, including a close-up encounter with giant tortoises


• Airport transfers upon arrival and departure as noted


• 18 meals (7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 6 dinners); all gratuities to Tauck Director, ship staff, drivers & local guides; service charges, most taxes & porterage


70 Galápagos: Wildlife Wonderland #1 IN GUIDED FAMILY TRAVEL Galápagos Islands


Baltra San Cristóbal


PACIFIC OCEAN


ECUADOR Quito


Guayaquil


GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS


Genovesa(Tower)Island


Darwin Prince Philip’s Steps Bay


Equator


Espumilla Beach Puerto Egas


(James)Island Rábida


Santiago Bartolomé Baltra Santa Cruz San Cristóbal Maximum Elevation: 9,270 ft.


PACIFIC OCEAN


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