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Hiking in the Galapagos Islands

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There’s a reason the Galapagos Islands are also known as Darwin’s playground, and it isn’t just because of the popularity of the endangered blue footed booby and similarly fascinating species. Alongside the diverse wildlife, from an array of birds, to sea lions, to iguanas and the only penguins living north of the Equator in the wild, people visit the Galapagos Islands for once in a lifetime adventures. The snorkeling, kayaking and rafting here, among other adventurous pursuits, are unlike anywhere else on Earth. 

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Explore Greenland

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From unique cultures and rare wildlife to majestic landscapes and towering icescapes, Greenland is beyond imagination.

Describing Greenland as multicultural might seem a little unorthodox, however when you learn about its rich Viking history, the journey of the Dorset people, as well as the Greenlandic people and the Danish immigrants, you’ll agree that Greenland is a melting pot of old and new mores.

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