Kirsten Galliot, editor of Qantas magazine, describes Galapagos Islands as “one of most idyllic places in the world for its unique volcanic landscapes inhabited by a large quantity of endemic animals”.
Kirsten Galliot, editor of Qantas magazine, describes Galapagos Islands as “one of most idyllic places in the world for its unique volcanic landscapes inhabited by a large quantity of endemic animals”. It should be emphasized that Qantas magazine enjoys great international prestige, and it could be found in almost all commercial aircrafts across the world. Additionally, Galliot mentions that Galapagos Islands hold the pride of being the only place in the world where tourists can enjoy nature at its maximum splendor: “an archipelago created through volcanic activity inhabited by animals that evolved over time. Each island possesses unique characteristics”.On the other hand, Galliot argues that there are many activities to do in Galapagos, among them: hiking, diving, and hayak. Indeed, Galapagos offer a great variety of options in terms of entertainment and recreation. Galliot even mentions that she had the opportunity to witness the birth of a sea lion on a beach: “it was a perfect ending, life in Galapagos couldn’t be better”. Furthermore, she marveled at the beauty of the giant tortoises, frigates, sea lions, hammerhead sharks, blue footed boobies, albatrosses, marine iguanas, and red corals. At the end of the article, she concludes that Galapagos is the most idyllic place in the world. About the writer: Experience over 20 years in tourism. She has worked for InStyle magazine, Sunday Life, Good Living and B magazine.