Return's to Darwin's Galapagos
The Galapagos, an isolated group of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean on the equator, 600 miles from the South American coast.
When Charles Darwin arrived in the islands aboard the HMS Beagle in 1835, he observed their strange and unique wildlife. The conclusions he derived from these observations led him to write “The Origin of Species,” in which he proposed his theory of evolution and revolutionized the Natural Sciences.
Join a group of explorers aboard the ship “National Geographic Endeavor” and return to this extraordinary archipelago. A place many have called a “living laboratory.” See the fantastic creatures that led Darwin to his world altering theory and discover why it will always be known as Darwin’s Galapagos.