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The Pocket Guide to Ecuador"The Pocket Guide to Ecuador"

"The Pocket Guide to Ecuador" is Ecuador's most comprehensive Travel Guide booklet. This +85 page booklet fully outlines all key Ecuador Tourism destinations. Each segment is complimented with it's respective map. Some of these Ecuador maps are Ecuador's latest. This is the only Ecuadorian based map guide produced. (ENGLISH)   Galapagos Island Info

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Galapagos Islands Map

Galapagos Islands - The Galapagos Islands are a group of twelve volcanic islands and numerous islets an rocks 650 miles off the Pacific coast of Ecuador. The area of the islands is 3,086 square miles. Only two are inhabited: Isabela, the largest of the group, and San Cristobal. Current estimated population in the islands is 20,000. The islands are hilly, rising to a height of 5,000 feet, and there are several active volcanoes.

The Galapagos Islands are famous for their unique fauna and flora, Galapagos Islands Mapwhich include species not found elsewhere. Best known are the huge tortoise (galapago) and some species of lizards. Charles Darwin visited the islands in 1830. It was here that he made the major portion of his observation that led to his theories on evolution and the Origin of the Species. Many scientists have since carried out research on the islands.


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