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Number of Reviews: 18 Overall score: *****
Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

What a holiday!

5
Everything and more than expected! This holiday did not disappoint as there was so much to see and do right from the time we landed on San Cristobal. A few minutes out of our hotel and you are walking among and around the wild life. Not that it is wild, so easy to observe and so plentiful. It was the same in the water, lots of fish and friendly sea lions. This continued on the whole trip. The accommodation is comfortable, not luxurious and it is good to stay in locally owned hotels and eat in local restaurants.
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

Unforgettable trip

5
Without a doubt one of the best holidays ever. It was my dream to go to the Galapagos so I had very high expectations. The reality exceeded them! It was amazing to see all the animals in their natural habitat and see how well they are protected. It was also a rare and fascinating opportunity to observe how the volcanic islands were formed.
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

In Darwin's Footsteps- what Darwin missed

5
This was a bit of a pilmigrage for me. Working in environmental policy, the theory of evolution informs my work. And I relate to Darwin's seasickness and loved his diary of his voyages. So what is it that drawn missed? In all his theories, treatises, diaries etc, what he did not tell us was how much fun it is to snorkel with sea lions! My natural selection is swimming with sea lions. Life is better with sea lions.
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

Galapagos

5
This was an amazing holiday - varied itinerary filled with lots of wonderful experiences. I had never been on a trekking and wildlife holiday before, but thanks to the experience and knowledge of the tour leader (and the friendliness of the group) I had a fantastic time.
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

GALAPAGOS: IN DARWIN'S FOOTSTEPS

5
Brilliant trip. Met expectations and more. Good to sleep on land but have the opportunity to snorkel most days - except on the trek! Great variety of camping and some very good hotels and hospitality. Good fresh food. You will not starve! Quito is a good city to explore at the beginning and end of the trip.
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

GALAPAGOS: IN DARWIN'S FOOTSTEPS

5
This was such a brilliant experience.  An amazing land-based trip full of wildlife encounters, many opportunities for snorkeling and lots of walking.  The only downside is that some of the Galapagos islands are being developed for tourism and this is changing the environment in a negative way.  If you're thinking of going, don't wait too long!   
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

GALAPAGOS: IN DARWIN'S FOOTSTEPS

4
ththe food could have been better in terms of the cooking of it generally it was tough and over cooked but of course ththey're were the exceptions . the boat to kicker rock was to small for the purpose it was required not enough space to change it was very cramped .
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Galapagos Landscape
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Galapagos, In Darwin's Footsteps 2016

GALAPAGOS: IN DARWIN'S FOOTSTEPS

5
I have travelled with Exodus on several wildlife/discovery trips and this has to be the best ever. Sensory overload most days. Unique wildlife, plantlife and unreal scenery. Despite the evidence of human impact you can surely see why Darwin was so inspired. Staying on the islands rather than cruising gives you that added bonus of getting up with the sun and sitting watching the wildlife wake up.
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