Galapagos

Educator spotlight: Q&A with Emilia Odife, 2017 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow

Each year, National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions select a group of highly respected educators from the United States and Canada as Grosvenor Teacher Fellows in recognition of their commitment to geographic education. As the 12th group of National Geographic Grosvenor ...

Impact of plastic garbage reaches the Galapagos Islands

A loud bang as the generator came on, the splashing of the waves against the side of the small blue-and-white fishing boat, and our expedition began. A team of 15 set sail due north on the night of the 20thof February, 2018. ...

Ecuador Creates New Marine Sanctuary at Galápagos Islands: National Geographic Applauds Move to Ensure Greater Protection for Treasured World Heritage Site, Home to World’s Largest Shark Biomass

The government of Ecuador today announced the creation of a more than 15,000-square-mile (40,000-square-kilometer) marine sanctuary around two of the northern Galápagos islands, Darwin and Wolf. In addition, several smaller no-take areas have been created throughout the volcanic archipelago ...