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My family of 5 walked here with plans for a carefree schedule free day while in the Galapagos. We loved the tour. Nice walking path, plenty to see, lots of things to read and had an excellent guide explain the story behind poor lonesome George....More
This was a very educational place to visit, you can see a lot of turtles of all ages and there are educational videos as well as information about Charles Darwin himself. There is a small beach where brightly colored crabs clamor over the rocks and...More
Good place to learn about Galapagos wildlife. But please read the signs. They make a great effort of teaching us as much as possible in condensed texts on signs all along the paths. I could hear people talking to each other asking themselves why this...More
The Charles Darwin Research Station was super interesting; my husband and I were impressed with the sheer numbers of tortoises and other animals that were on site. While many people travel to the Charles Darwin Research Station as a part of a tour group, we...More
The taxidermy exhibit of Lonesome George is located here, as well as a large tortoise breeding facility. It’s a little sad, but a must-visit to learn about the ecology, history, conservation, etc. of the islands. It was our 3rd tortoise center to visit, so it...More
Cool, but not what we thought it would be. It is largely an outdoor walking area made up of little wooden huts that you walk through with pictures and captions explaining the animals, research and island. There are some “pens” where you can see some...More
We had a guide but realized that we probably didn't need one. There are enough displays with information that covered everything he said. The only thing the guide added was in identifying birds snd plants as we were walking... More
We had a guide but realized that we probably didn't need one. There are enough displays with information that covered everything he said. The only thing the guide added was in identifying birds snd plants as we were walking around the center.