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Around 972 kilometres from the west coast of Ecuador, in the Pacific Ocean, lay the Galapagos Islands, a volcanic archipelago forming a national park, Ecuadorian province and a marine reserve. They have a total population of around 25,000 people, and are known as a distinctive natural habitat for many endemic species. The best way to experience the islands is by cruise. Among the species that can be spotted on the islands, the Galapagos tortoise has to be the most famed, but the islands are also home to penguins! Don't miss the inimitable snorkelling opportunities: look out for sea turtles and sea lions!
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