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Sierra Negra eruption captured on video

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During a recent Western Cruise, INCA's lead naturalist Richard Polatty captured spectacular footage of Sierra Negra's eruption on the island of Isabela.

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Yoga and Wellness in Galapagos | October 25th 2018

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Renowned yoga and meditation teacher, longtime friend, and former INCA traveler, Phyllis Pilgrim will be leading a special Galápagos wellness adventure this coming October. If you enjoy yoga, meditation, and other mindful practices and would love to experience Galápagos in a new and more profound way, please join us for this unique adventure.   

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Giant Tortoise Update from Galapagos Conservancy

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After more than a decade of exploration and genetic analysis, a new breeding program has been established to restore the Floreana Island tortoise, Chelonoidis niger — a species that was exploited to extinction on its home island nearly 150 years ago.

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190 Giant Tortoises released on Santa Fé

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In the early morning hours of April 17th 2017, a team comprised of Galápagos National Park rangers, Galapagos Conservancy scientists, and volunteers released 190 captive-reared tortoises on the island of Santa Fé. 

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Wi-Fi now available aboard INTEGRITY

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INCA is pleased to announce the introduction of Wi-Fi aboard Galápagos luxury yacht INTEGRITY. The Marine satellite-based internet is available to all guests on a pay-per-use basis. 

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Ecuador Earthquake Update - Urgent Appeal

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Five days following the initial 7.8 earthquake centered around the town of Muisne, a second earthquake measuring 6.0 has struck off the Manabí coast just northwest of Portoviejo and Manta.

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Earthquake in Northwestern Ecuador

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Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people of Ecuador.  Like the rest of the world, we here at INCA in California have been closely monitoring the news of the earthquake that struck the central coast on Saturday night.  (A 7.8 magnitude quake struck the northwestern coastal area between the towns of Muisne and Pedernales at about 7 PM local time on Saturday, April 16, 2016.)

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New Adventure: Crossing the Altiplano (Northern Chile & Bolivia)

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This new rugged adventure explores some of the most remote and rugged terrain in South America. 

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Galapagos Update: Wolf Volcano erupts after 33 years

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Wolf Volcano on the northern end of Isabela Island began erupting Monday, May 25th, for the first time in 33 years. Wolf is the tallest of Isabela's six major volcanoes, and the highest peak in the Galápagos

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