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Here you can drop your post into a large barrel and another visitor will hand-deliver it for you!
One of the smaller of the Galapagos Islands and home to Pinnacle Rock, which offers spectacular views.
An island in the middle of the Galapagos chain, popular for water-based activities.
A protected mangrove estuary on Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands.
Explore the mile-long trail to see a variety of wildlife and the cove where countless vessels have anchored.
Visitors head to Cartagena to explore its historical and cultural attractions and to enjoy its many beaches.
Scuba dive around Daphne Minor or obtain a permit to visit Daphne Major and see scientists at work.
A popular diving and snorkelling site thanks to the abundance and diversity of marine life in its waters.
A stunning beach located on one of the most fascinating and diverse of the Galapagos Islands
Once a penal colony, Cormorant Point is now known for its stunning natural beauty, unspoiled by man.
Home to diverse range of wildlife, Dragon Hill has a long walking trail and a well established visitor site.
A volcanic cone located near one of the largest of the Galapagos Islands.
Follow this rugged trail to see many seabird colonies and get stunning views of many natural wonders.
A bay of renowned beauty where you can practice a range of water-based activities and see diverse wildlife.
Here you can learn about the efforts being made to protect the threatened population of giant turtles.
A popular beach where visitors may wander at their own pace. Home to sea lions and iguanas.
A popular place for scuba diving and snorkelling, Kicker Rock consists of a large lava cone split in two.
A scenic tourist site where turtles can be seen laying their eggs at a particular time of the year.
This large city is home to many parks and green spaces, as well as a large local artists' market.
One of only two places in the world where the nearly extinct Charles Mockingbird can be found.
Admire stunning views of Santa Cruz Island from these two forested volcanic depressions.
A popular place to get up close with the Galapagos Islands' numerous bird species and marine wildlife.
A city famous for its pristine beaches and rich cuisine, located near where the iconic Panama hats are made.
A pristine beach home to an abundance of wildlife and full of wonderful natural scenery.
The tourist hub of the Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora is the place to start of your Galapagos expeditions.