Galapagos, is, and no doubt always will be, associated with Darwin and his theories of evolution. These remote, volcanic islands remain home to more rare and extant plants and wildlife, on which he based his theories, than almost anywhere else on earth. For many years, these islands were off limits to all but a privileged few involved with science and research and, even today, the number of visitors is limited and controlled. For those who do go, there is an abundance of land animals, birds and sea-life, the best known being the land and sea iguanas and the giant tortoises. This book guides you along the best trails to find great photo opportunities.