The Galapagos Archipelago lies on the equator approximately 1000 km west of Ecuador. It is comprised of a chain of volcanic seamounts, some of which, resting on a broad platform, have breached the surface to become islands. This website is organized into various physical geographic aspects of the islands and the region.
Click the links at left to navigate to subject matter of interest to you, or click here to see Google Earth placemarks of places of interest.
View from the beach at Cerro Brujo. Operating position is in the cloud-covered hills. Qsl image courtesy W7LKG, who made contact July 8, 2006
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Last modified: 5/25/2007 2:59 PM