Grooving in the Galápagos with National Geographic Expeditions

Do you dream of cavorting with sea lions, meditating with giant tortoises, sunbathing with scaly marine iguanas?  There’s only one place to do that: the Galápagos islands of Ecuador.  Did you know that the National Geographic Society has its own fleet of small, comfortably outfitted ships to take you there, with National Geographic experts aboard to help you get the most out of the experience?

Find out about our Expeditions during the free webinar on Wednesday, February 1.  This online presentation will be led by one of our veteran National Geographic Galápagos expedition leaders, Lynn Fowler, and you can ask her all the questions you want. Lynn has been working with the Galápagos National Park since 1978 and was recently elected to the Charles Darwin Foundation’s general assembly. She’ll be joining several of our 2012 Galápagos departures.

We offer special Galápagos trips just for families, as well as for people particularly interested in photography. And if you go, be sure to bring your video camera so you don’t miss moments like this.

National Geographic Expeditions: Galápagos






  1. Mina
    February 13, 2013, 10:43 am

    I did a tour last summer to the Galapagos Islands with a tour operator in Ecuador, in the 8 day tour around the islands, I saw more animals than in all my life, and in all the places I have visited around the world.