The ultimate guide to the Galapagos islands full of captivating information and first-hand stories – with 288 pages filled with more than 300 stunning photographs as well as original illustrations.
The first book of the Mostly Underwater series will take you on a breath-taking journey through the magic archipelago including underwater and bird's eye perspectives. It uncovers fascinating behaviour of the unique Galapagos fauna, such as Galapagos penguins, Galapagos giant tortoises and hammerhead sharks. It is filled with stories of discovery and colonisation but also of exploitation, deceit, mutiny and murder. If you plan to visit Galapagos or would just like to know more about these incredible islands, this is the book for you.
“I found the writing crisp, clear and engaging, jam-packed with intriguing theories, eye-opening facts, and attractive illustrations. Here’s a book that I – and I hope many others – will use and enjoy for a long time to come.” – Tui De Roy, world-renowned photographer and author of the most acclaimed books about Galapagos.
“A must-read for anyone planning to visit the islands and equally for those that already have a place in their heart for Galápagos.” – Dr Alexander Mustard, internationally awarded underwater photographer and a commended author.