Melissa Scott: Family with giant tortoise
Ted Church: Family on Fernandina, child with floppy hat
Colby Brokvist: Giant tortoise
Jacquie Prescot: Boy with sea lion
Roberto Plaza: Woman and child Cassiano (Zapa) Zaparoli: Marine Iguanas, Sea Turtle
Sara Higgins: Guide
Stewart Cohen: National Geographic Islander
Travel with us to the Enchanted Isles to discover a natural realm like none other. Our naturalist Expedition Leaders reveal unique wildlife encounters at eye level—meet tortoises, iguanas, sea lions, blue-footed boobies and more, as we explore this magical realm both above and below the water.
There may be no nature destination on earth as special as the Galapagos Islands, where unique animals show no fear of humans. In this video, see what it's like to snorkel with sea lions and sea turtles, hang out on the beach with marine iguanas, and more!
Originally presented April 4, 2017
The Galapagos Islands may be the most intriguing nature destination on Earth. Join Expedition Leader Court Whelan as he takes you on a virtual exploration of this fascinating archipelago
The Intriguing Islands of the Galapagos
The Galapagos Islands may be the most intriguing nature destination on Earth, where animals found nowhere else show no fear at close range. Our small-group cruises and photo expeditions aboard private chartered yachts immerse you in this wondrous world, with insight from naturalist guides who are among the top interpreters in the islands. Join Expedition Leader Court Whelan as he takes you on a virtual exploration of this fascinating archipelago and its wild residents—you’ll meet blue-footed boobies and red-chested frigatebirds, sleepy iguanas and lumbering tortoises, Galapagos penguins and frolicksome sea lions that cavort with our guests as they snorkel! Court, a seasoned photo tour leader, will tell you why the Galapagos is such a thrilling destination for wildlife photography — and, as Nat Hab’s Director of Sustainability and Conservation, he’ll share an inspiring perspective on why protecting these unique islands is so important.