GALAPAGOS EVOLUTION

GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Where it all began, the experience of the true wilderness and wildlife

Ecuador hosts some of the richest marine ecosystems in the world. The Galapagos Islands are home to 2900 known species of fish and marine mammals not to mention endemic seabirds, the only marine iguana in the world  and the only penguin that lives north of the equator in the wild.

Of these species, 57 are on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. As one of the most important marine parks in the world we need to bolster the protection of its marine wildlife so it can live and thrive without human threats or intervention.

The cooler, dryer season is June through November, thanks to the Humboldt Current which brings chilly water and cooler temperatures (in the 70s). Though the seas are rougher, experienced divers believe it’s the best time to visit because colder water attracts even more fantastic marine life (such as big schools of hammerhead sharks). It’s also when visitors have a better chance of spotting legendary whale sharks at Wolf and Darwin islands.

ROBERTO OCHOA

ROBERTO OCHOA

Director Galápagos Evolution

PIERRE COUSTEAU

PIERRE COUSTEAU

Narrator and documentary script

LEO MORALES

LEO MORALES

Scuba World Record Holder

ATHLETES

GUILLAUME NÉRY

GUILLAUME NÉRY

Professional Freediver World Champion

ESTRELLA NAVARRO

ESTRELLA NAVARRO

National Champion Freediving

OCEAN RAMSEY

OCEAN RAMSEY

Shark, Marine research and Conservation

NATALIE PARRA

NATALIE PARRA

Freediver & environmentalist

STAFF

DIRAN DEVLETIAN

DIRAN DEVLETIAN

VR specialist Gopro

JUAN OLIPHANT

JUAN OLIPHANT

Underwater Photographer

PELAYO SALINAS DE LEÓN

PELAYO SALINAS DE LEÓN

Charles Darwin Specialist

DAVID PIMENTEL

DAVID PIMENTEL

Levector Film Production Specialist

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