Galápagos National ParkProtecting 97% of the Galápagos islands.
The Galápagos National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth.
The park is made up of 13 major islands and 6 smaller islands, all of which are volcanic in origin. The islands are home to an abundance of wildlife, including giant tortoises, sea lions, iguanas, and more than 1,000 different bird species. Visitors can explore the park by foot, boat, or kayak, and there are also a number of camping and lodging options available. With its stunning scenery, diverse wildlife, and rich history, the Galápagos National Park is a must-see destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers.