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5 reasons why the Galapagos are a must-do on your bucket list

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The Galapagos is a huge natural park

Words by Cecile Gauert

A UNESCO World Heritage site that straddles the Equator in the Pacific, the Galapagos is an incredible biosphere that it kept vibrant and unique (97% of their territory is protected). It is one of the most famous and sought-after natural preserves in the world with 693,700 hectares of volcanic land and clear water. The waters of the Pacific cooled flowing lava and magna to create an amazing landscape carved and shaped by waves and wind.

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