A gorgeous moment captured as a rainbow forms over the Eric Letty Flamingo in the Galapagos Islands.
UNESCO identified invasive species exposure as the number one threat to the Galapagos ecosystem. Here’s how we’re helping IGTOA and WildAid reduce this threat.
Proud to report that our operations manager is one of 14 photographers selected for the 2013 Galapagos Conservancy calendar. Hear how he nabbed the shot, and preorder your copy today!
Post Office Bay on the Galapagos Islands keeps history alive with a wooden barrel from which visitors leave and take postcards to be hand delivered. Lindblad naturalist video, plus tales from our staff and fans!
In honor of last week’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, the AdventureSmith crew recalls some happy small ship cruise memories with sharks, from Belize to the Galapagos.
Holiday 2012 cruises aboard small ships – what’s available, what’s on sale.
The Galapagos Conservancy is seeking photos for its 2013 calendar. Submit your best shot to this great cause!
Penguins are marvelous creatures that capture the imagination of travelers young and old. Small ship cruises make viewing penguins in the wild easy, comfortable and low impact.
The Silversea Group announced today that it has purchased Canodros SA, the premier Ecuadorian tourism company that operates in the Galapagos Islands, and their upmarket expedition ship, Galapagos Explorer II.
When the Galápagos Islands became a National Park in 1959, conservation priorities were a top priority for the world’s scientific community. Giant tortoises, who gave their names to the remote archipelago, ranked high, together with the need to eradicate introduced animals (rats, goats, etc.) from the archipelago’s days as a pirate bolt-hole. Hundreds of thousands [...]