My roommate sleeps with a smile on her face. We are here, in the Galápagos Islands, for a weeklong retreat.
A recent trip to the Galapagos Islands leads Russ Finley to take a look at energy usage on far flung islands.
Google Street is well-known for whisking people across the world to any location from the comfort of their computer screens — you can visit Venice, the Galapagos Islands and beyond — but it’s added a new practical use: helping you preview international travel. Google Maps now features a range of international transit locations, including 16... Read More
The Galápagos Islands recently landed on our list of Top 10 Islands in Australia and the Pacific, and when you see these pictures of its beautiful marine life, it's pretty clear why.
Who couldn't fall in love with this little face?
“The Bird Who Is a Clown” introduces viewers to the charismatic blue-footed booby, one of the iconic species of the Galapagos Islands (and of late, Los Angeles County). The film uses whimsical music and comedic sound effects to set the birds up as buffoons.
With Google Treks, travel photography may never be the same. Using the familiar Google Street View, this project stitches together web tours of worldwide destinations like the Grand Canyon and Galapagos Islands. The expeditions pairShow More Summary
Google Maps has taken us into the Grand Canyon, to Japan's abandoned Battleship Island, and under the sea, and now it allows us to venture to the Galápagos from the comfort of our desks. Read more...
In partnership with the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park and Charles Darwin Foundation, Google are launching the 360-degree images from the Galapagos Islands that they collected last May with the Street View Trekker. Now, you...Show More Summary
If you could have full access to one of the most ecologically diverse places in the world for a day, where would you start exploring? If you paid any attention in biology class, your best bet is probably the Galapagos Islands, correct?...Show More Summary
Now you can explore Darwin's beloved Galapagos Islands like never before.
Get ready to cross "a trip to the Galapagos Islands" off of your bucket list. Well, kind of. Thanks to a new app, you can now visit one of the world's most bio–diverse archipelagos from your living room. For the first time, Google has mapped the famous islands on Street View. Show More Summary
Because what good is Google Street View if we can't use it to explore places we've always dreamed of traveling but never will because life is just all work and then death, the folks at Google took a walking and diving tour of the Galapagos Islands so we can all take a virtual trip to Darwin's playground. Show More Summary
One September 178 years ago, before evolution was "a thing," Charles Darwin made first landfall at San Cristobal in the Galapagos after a four-year journey by ship. Today, it only takes a few seconds, you can take a virtual trip in his...Show More Summary
They've coursed the Amazon, swam the Great Barrier Reef and scaled the Burj Khalifa, and now Google has launched the latest of their Street View Trekker projects with a collection of incredible imagery from Ecuador's Galapagos Islands. Allowing users to become
If you’ve ever wanted to take a tour of the Galápagos Islands, but just haven’t been able to budget it in, Google Street View is here with the next best Read More The post The Galápagos Islands Come to Google Street View appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Google has added the Galapagos Islands to Google Street View and is encouraging users to explore and document the plant and animal life there using the Darwin For a Day web app. All of the data collected through the Darwin For a Day website will be submitted to the iNaturalist community and the Charles Darwin […]
You can now tour the Galápagos, one of the most biodiverse places on earth, direct from your computer — with a little help from Google. Google has launched footage it collected in May of the Pacific Ocean archipelago as part of its Street...Show More Summary