Guide to the Galapagos Islands

A teaching stint in Ecuador wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the UNESCO world heritage listed Galapagos Islands.
Among the most popular animals to look out for are the marine and land iguana, the giant tortoise, the blue footed booby, the green sea turtle, the waved albatross, penguins, sea lions and humpback whales.
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The following infographic is a great guide to the habits of the most popular animals in the archipelago and what you may see during different months of the year.
What you may not know is that the Galapagos Islands are also home to a population of over 25,000 people, including many ESL teachers who live and teach on the 4 inhabited islands full-time.

SOURCE: www . intrepidtravel . com/adventures/best-worst-times-visit-galapagos-infographic/

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