Gazing into our crystal ball (and consulting our global panel) forecasts a more purposeful and intentional travel year ahead
Crashing waves, rock formations, seaside villages — here’s our gathering of bucket list-worthy coastal scenes from around the globe
Pack your appetite as we share a bunch of our choice bites by tour locale
One of the smaller Galápagos Islands is a nature-lover's paradise — but it also has a few dark secrets
Strap on a mask and explore destinations teeming with incredible ocean critters
Enjoy our photo guide to spotting some of our favourite water sausages from the Arctic to Antarctica
There are two ways to take in the famed isles and we're sharing the incredible things you can see in either direction
Just because we aren’t travelling right now, doesn’t mean we can’t experience our big, beautiful world. Join one of our guides for a virtual walking tour of the Galápagos Islands.
The enormous reptiles can weigh up to 400 kilograms!
You know they can't fly. But do you know where they live?
The South American islands are paradise for animals and animal-lovers alike — but it's a fine balance
Join G Adventures' own Stu Darnley as he explains why anytime’s the best time to explore nature’s workshop.
Guidebook writer and Galápagos expert Regis St Louis looks at one of the harrowing tales that give this archipelago an infamous air.
Guidebook writer Regis St Louis explains how the Galápagos can be a profoundly inspiring place, not least of all for those who grow up in such a magical setting.
These ten trips topped travellers' wish lists ahead of the holidays — and they’re destined to become some of next year’s hottest destinations!
Ah, the Galápagos Islands — magical land of playful seals, blue-footed boobies, evolutionary theory, and cold-blooded murder.
Described by Charles Darwin as “hideous-looking” and “most disgusting”, the marine iguana is an extraordinary animal that lives on land but feeds in the sea.
Join us as we celebrate the posts you enjoyed most on Instagram this year.
These islands teem with wildlife. Come meet a few of our favourite critters!
Dive into some Galápagos trivia with wanderer Gary Arndt