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A Master Class from the Galápagos 

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The Galápagos Islands are an Ecuadorian archipelago so rich and diverse in wildlife that they were instrumental in the development of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. 

As a UNESCO world heritage site and the second largest marine reserve in the world, Galápagos is one of the few places where divers can encounter such a broad range of species, from the minute to the massive, from nudibranchs to whale sharks, along with seals, turtles and the famous marine iguana, found only in this location.

blue o two offer luxury liveaboards with several different vessels and a range of itineraries, and if the testimony of the divers who have visited these pristine waters is not enough, check out this absolutely epic video featuring some of the best that the Galápagos Islands have to offer.

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