GSC News Blog

What’s Happening in the Galapagos in August?

August in the Galapagos sees the dry, or garúa, season in full swing. The nutrient-rich waters of the Humboldt Current are a feeding ground for schools of small fish, which in turn bring dolphins, sharks, rays, and whale sharks from near and far. Above the sea, migrating and native sea birds thrive, diving from the […]

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Hikes Through the Galapagos Islands

As summer break approaches and families are gearing up for an adventure exploring the islands, we’ve put together a guide about some of the trails and hikes on the different uninhabited islands we visit. The Galapagos National Park maintains a network of trails leading to high vistas and through the sometimes surreal landscapes of the […]

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Multi-generation travel in the Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands put travelers of all ages in the thick of the action, bringing families together for a safari holiday in the heart of Darwin’s playground. The untamed wildlife, the stunning scenery and the secluded elegance of Galapagos Safari Camp creates an adventure that spans the generation gap. Modeled after the classic African safari […]

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What’s Happening in the Galapagos in July?

July in the Galapagos sees changes in the sea. The cooler Humboldt current is taking hold, mixing with the warm water throughout the islands and producing rich nutrients and plantain that many creatures of the sea and land feed from. The weather is cooler than previous months, the waves are larger, and wetsuits when snorkeling […]

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Snorkeling sites in the Galapagos

Snorkeling sites in the Galapagos Each day of a Galapagos safari holiday is an adventure that shines a new light on the natural world of the islands. Our day trips to the neighboring uninhabited islands are excursions that explore both land and sea, giving you the best of both worlds. In the dry season, between […]

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