The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands, an isolated archipelago of approximately 125 volcanic islands and islets stretching 224km (224km) from north to south, extend into Ecuador about 1,000km (620mi) off the west coast of Ecuador. The islands are home to a very unique set of wildlife. In fact, 70% of the plants and animals in Galá payments are found in kayak, wildlife observation, horse riding, cycling, trekking, surfing, diving, hanging out on the beach, and of course, shopping and relaxing in an outdoor cafeteria.