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The Galapagos Islands are located on the equator in the eastern Pacific, around 970km (600 miles) west of the Ecuador mainland.  There are 18 main islands in the archipelago, most of which have both a Spanish and an (English) name. 

My associated trip write-up includes a map showing our route and some information about the islands we visited.

I also have a fully detailed 'species list' for this destination. 

The following thumbnails expand when clicked. You can then scroll through the images in either the 'standard view', or an alternative 'compact view' (via the info button) if you wish to see where the photo was taken and read about the encounter and/or the species.

Whilst my albums are optimised for viewing on a desktop monitor or larger laptop, there is an optional 'full screen' mode for tablets or notebooks. But, please note that if you do use this mode on a smaller device, the top and/or bottom of some photos may

be clipped, and if you leave your curser over the image the navigation overlay backgrounds may be visible.

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