Help protect Galapagos by symbolically adopting a blue-footed booby, marine iguana, giant tortoise or sea lion. All species adoptions support ongoing conservation efforts in the Islands.
190 juvenile Española tortoises were recently released on Santa Fe Island, joining 206 young tortoises released there in 2015-16. The original species went extinct more than 150 years ago.
If you’re planning a trip to Galapagos, make sure to check out our Travel section for tips on what to bring, rules for visiting the Galapagos National Park, responsible tour operators and more.