30 Photos That Will Make You Pack Your Bags And Visit The Galapagos Islands
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18 Apr 30 Photos That Will Make You Pack Your Bags And Visit The Galapagos Islands

30 Photos That Will Make You Pack Your Bags And Visit The Galapagos Islands

Traveling to the Galapagos Islands is a dream for many people. There is no better place on this planet to experience such a unique wildlife. These species on the Galapagos Islands inspired Charles Darwin with his evolution theory.  Here are 30 photos that will make you pack your bags and visit the Galapagos Islands:

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Blue-Footed Boobies, North Seymour Island


Tortuga Bay


Giant Tortoise, Darwin Research Station


Cactus, Las Grietas


Tortuga Bay


Canal del Amor

Playa De Los Perros


Blue-Footed Bobby, North Seymour Island


Marine Iguanas, Playa De Los Perros


Frigate Bird, North Seymour Island


Tortuga Bay


Las Grietas


Land Iguana, North Seymour Island


Tortuga Bay


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Penguins at Isabela Island


Bachas Beach


Frigatebird,  North Seymor Island


Puerto Ayora

Flamingos, Isabela Island


Garrapatero Beach


Giant Tortoise Breeding centre, Isabela Island


Related: What to pack for the Galapagos Islands 

Bachas Beach


Penguins, Isabela Island


Grapsus Grapsus Crab, Bachas Beach


30 Photos That Will Make You Pack Your Bags For And Visit The Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Sea Lion, Isabela Island


Juvenile Frigatebird, North Seymour Island


Tintoreras, Isabela Island


Puerto Ayora


Tortuga Bay


Tortuga Bay


Related: How To Prepare For A Trip To The Galapagos Islands

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  • Paula - Gone with the Wine
    Posted at 10:31h, 18 April Reply

    Love love love all the animals you can see there! I always wanted to visit Galapagos and now I absolutely has to get there soon!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 11:16h, 18 April Reply

      They are amazing and so funny too 😀 thank you for stopping by and commenting 😀

  • thevikingabroad
    Posted at 17:39h, 18 April Reply

    Thank you 😀

  • Mauricio Malo
    Posted at 09:55h, 19 April Reply

    When I went to Tortuga Bay many years ago, the walking path to get there was full of rocks. People wearing flipflops got injured because they will constantly hit the rocks with their toes haha.

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 09:58h, 19 April Reply

      ouch that must have hurt. The walking path is wooden and fully modernised. xD

  • LIndsay
    Posted at 18:32h, 19 April Reply

    I know a lady who was a librarian and went there for research and she said it was amazing! I love the pictures, now I really want to go.

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 18:37h, 19 April Reply

      That must have been so interesting. You should 😀 Thank you 🙂

  • LaiAriel R. Samangka
    Posted at 19:27h, 19 April Reply

    Wow, I haven’t heard about Galapagod Island yet. It owns a lot of stunning islands to flirt with. I’m not really into beaches, but I always end up traipsing my two little itchy feet, maybe because I love the feeling of how the waves slowly kissing my feet, it’s just so comforting. There’s just so much to see and experience in this Island. It should be part of everyone’s bucket list.

    Thelittlelai: Beyond limits

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 20:45h, 19 April Reply

      You should definitely go there. It is so much more than beaches there, stunning nature and unique wildlife 😀

  • Claire
    Posted at 20:23h, 19 April Reply

    I loved the Galapagos when I went, such an incredible place! But where are all the sealion photos?? They were all over the place when I was there. Least you got the boobie shot 😀

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 20:43h, 19 April Reply

      I took so many photos of the sea lions too, but decided to focus on the special animals in this photo serie hehe.

  • Megan Jerrard
    Posted at 23:24h, 19 April Reply

    Gorgeous photos! The Galapagos was my favorite stop on our recent South American trip – the wildlife really made the trip! Thanks for taking me back!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 09:40h, 20 April Reply

      That is awesome you got to experience it 🙂 Thank you for stopping by 🙂

  • Vicki Louise
    Posted at 08:43h, 20 April Reply

    These photos are beautiful – and you’re right, they do make me want to pack my bags and visit the Galapagos – even if it’s just to see the blue footed boobies!

  • Shane Prather
    Posted at 10:05h, 20 April Reply

    All I really knew the Galapagos for was the turtles with the namesake. These photos prove there is so much more to this island! Beautiful!

  • Sally
    Posted at 13:18h, 20 April Reply

    OMG. So many animals. I NEED TO GO. Your post title is totally accurate – I really, really want to go to the Galapagos now. I am loving the photos!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 13:20h, 20 April Reply

      it really is. That is a amazing. Hope you will. Thank you for stopping by 😀

  • Aparna
    Posted at 13:28h, 20 April Reply

    WOW! These are just spectacular! Galapagos is definitely on my list, and I hope to go sometime to marvel at nature and take it all in!

    • thevikingabroad
      Posted at 13:33h, 20 April Reply

      You should definitely check it out 😀 Thank you for stopping by and commenting 😀

  • Reshma
    Posted at 17:21h, 20 April Reply

    I had never seen these many gorgeous pictures of Galapagos at once and now I got another place to add to my bucket list 😀 Loved it!

  • Stella
    Posted at 18:18h, 20 April Reply

    This definitely succeeded in making me want to visit the Galapagos Islands. It’s hard to believe animals can have so many colors. I love that flame-red crab. And the blue-footed booby is just unbelievable!

  • Sarah Kim
    Posted at 10:19h, 24 April Reply

    These photos do certainly make me want to go to the Galapagos Island! I love the photo of the Blue-Footed Bobby in North Seymour Island. His/her facial expression is priceless!

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