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Galapagos For Kids

Love cute sea lion videos? (Me too!) Keep reading - and you won't be disappointed. At the Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge you can see them on the seaside deck. The sea lions love to soak up the sun, nurse their young, and cuddle with each other right on the deck. Love ?💙 🌊😉 #robertoochoahe @redmangrovegalapagos @clarklittle @juansharks ... [Read more]

If there is one animal that I absolutely adore in the Galápagos, it is the sea lion. The Galápagos sea lion has a more playful friendly demeanor than its California coast cousins. Learn more about Galapagos vacations, diving and mainland Ecuador. If you look a sea lion in the face you might notice they have feline-esque ... [Read more]

Drew Haines is a young Canadian expat living in Ecuador. She writes the Galapagos for Kids series on Red Mangrove Blog. Learn about the Galapagos from a kids perspective. The last time we were in the Galapagos I got to try the Discover Scuba Diving Experience! I really liked it and here’s why: It was fun ... [Read more]

Drew Haines is a young Canadian expat living in Ecuador. She writes the Galapagos for Kids series on Red Mangrove Blog. Learn about the Galapagos from a kids perspective. When you travel in the Galapagos, you'll see amazing things every day! But as with all trips, some days are more exciting than others. I love ... [Read more]

Aventura Lodge is where we stayed for much of our time on Santa Cruz Island (the rest of the time, we spent at the Divers Lodge). I loved the Aventura Lodge! When we arrived I was feeling tired from the trip. But when mom and I went out on the deck that all went away. ... [Read more]

The fish market in the Galapagos is a very interesting place to be. There are Sea Lions and Pelicans everywhere. I also saw a marine iguana. But wait, a marine iguana? They eat algae, not fish, so why was he there? Well, one possibility is that he was enjoying the show as well. He was ... [Read more]

We’re going to the circus! Well, sort of. We’re going to the Galapagos. The name "Blue footed booby" means clowns. And Sally lightfoot crabs act like clowns. Please welcome, ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages: The two Galapagos clowns! Sally lightfoot crabs are very common in the Galapagos Islands. If you go to a beach with ... [Read more]

On my first trip to the Galapagos, every day was exiting. But I thought that one day was even more exciting than all the other days. Why? Well on that day, we: Climbed up a volcano Went to a tortoise reserve Went boogie boarding And snorkeling! That was a really cool day. Let me tell ... [Read more]

When we were in the Galapagos Islands we went to Tortuga Bay. I think that it is one of my favorite places on Santa Cruz Island. To get there we walked right from the Red Mangrove Aventura Lodge and we didn't even need a taxi! As we walked, we really liked to watch the scenery. There were ... [Read more]

Drew Haines is a young Canadian expat living in Ecuador. She writes the Galapagos for Kids series on Red Mangrove Blog. Learn about the Galapagos from a kids perspective. When we went to Galapagos, I loved it! I was exited right from the beginning. Here are some of the first things I saw and how ... [Read more]