Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands are one of those rare exotic locations on Earth where parents, grandparents and children alike are mesmerized and overcome with wonder. It’s a place where parents are no longer teachers, where children learn alongside them, and where everyone is invited to discover. Imagine islands so isolated from the mainland that animals have no instinctive fear of humans. The home of Charles Darwin’s evolutionary research, this is an extraordinary natural wonder where you can snorkel with schools of fish, observe nesting bluefooted boobies close up, and ponder the oddity of flightless cormorants. And there’s no better way to experience the magic of Darwin’s “living laboratory” than with a stay at family-friendly Galápagos Safari Camp.