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category: Blog
Created: 07 June 2018

The Galapagos penguin, endemic to the archipelago, is a penguin species that lives in the “Northernmost place of the world”. Most of its population is found on the rocky coast of the islands: Fernandina and Isabela, the westernmost islands of the Galapagos. It is the third smallest penguin species on the planet. It is incredibly aerodynamic and can reach speeds of up to 35 km per hour, almost twenty times faster than a human.

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category: Blog
Created: 29 May 2018

They are a set of 14 species that inhabit the Galapagos Islands. They were discovered by Charles Darwin when he studied the connection between various species around the world.

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category: Blog
Created: 29 March 2018

Galapagos is one of the most bio-diverse places on earth. The archipelago is home to stunning animals such as penguins, marine iguanas, flamingos, and cormorants.

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category: Blog
Created: 15 March 2018

Santa Cruz Island is one of the best 100 sustainable destinations in the world, and ranks 2 in America. The award was granted by Green Destinations, an organization belonging to the Global Sustainable Tourism Network (GSTN) that rewards the efforts to develop ecological tourism.

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category: Blog
Created: 22 February 2018

Galapagos Islands are a good destination for adventure, a truly incredible place for couples to enjoy a vacation. In fact, the Enchanted Islands recently got The Travvy Awards for best adventure destination, a prestigious award held every year. But these aren't the only awards that Galapagos have received, in 2017 was awarded as best beach destination in South America.

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category: Blog
Created: 08 February 2018

Seymour airport received a certification of CarbonNeutral, becoming the first airport in Latin America and the Caribbean to win this recognition. The certification was granted by the International Airport Council in December 2017. CarbonNeutral certification is given when airport CO2 emissions have been significantly reduced by optimization techniques. "It is an important milestone, because the terminal was built with sustainable standards and operates with minimal energy consumption. The Seymour airport manager mentioned that many airports in New Zealand, Australia and Chile are consulting the process and how we achieved CarbonNeutral certification.

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