Next February we see the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin as well as the 150th anniversary of the publication of his monumental missive ‘On the Origin of the Species’. The church has kindly seen to it to issue an apology for originally refuting its claims on the origins of life on earth – a tad late methinks. And to quote the Darwin family – a tad ‘pointless’……
The Galapagos and their astounding wildlife (on which Darwin’s theory was based) are certainly rather popular at the moment. If you receive our monthly ETracks then you will be aware of all the new trips we are launching there for 2009. These are available to book now (both yacht and land-based trips) and with limited visitor capacity as well as using a small, privately charter boat, the Eden, it is highly advisable to book sooner rather than later.
Of course Darwin was extremely widely travelled and also enjoyed various stops along the South American coastline from the Beagle. He was particularly impressed with the landscapes of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego (who isn’t it?) as well as northern Chile. Check out our trips there http://www.imaginative-traveller.com/destinations/South-America/Chile/trips as well as all of our Galapagos trips http://www.imaginative-traveller.com/destinations/South-America/Galapagos-Islands and follow in some very ancient and famous footsteps.
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