The Galapagos Islands are a volcanic archipelago that is world-renowned for its biodiversity. While visiting the islands, Charles Darwin would make pivotal observations that would serve as the basis for his theory of evolution by natural selection.
The Jocotoco Reserve is a 115 ha private conservation area in the highlands of San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos archipelago. It is owned and managed by Ecuadorian NGO, Fundación Jocotoco, which has committed to rewilding the reserve and protecting this site as an ...Find out more
For the second half of the week on the Galapagos Islands, students will be based at a comfortable hostel in the capital city of San Cristobal Island, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. This town is very small, safe, and walkable, with nearby beaches covered in sea ...Find out more
Located in the highlands of Santa Cruz Island, our camp aptly named Highland View camp has incredible views into the town of Puerto Ayora and Santa Fe Island. Highland View is a 4th generation family owned farm turned ecolodge where students will interact with ...Find out more
Puerto Ayora is the most populous town in the Galapagos Islands. Here, students will be able to explore the bay, fish market, and the Charles Darwin Research Station while staying in a nearby hotel and doing their one-day scuba dives. Students will share dorm ...Find out more