Take one private plane, several countries and sit back and enjoy the ride, writes Keith Austin.
Animals dictate Galapagos life, writes Andrew Bain.
Eight countries, three weeks, 87 strangers: Paul Sheehan boards a private jet for a serial adventure.
Six global wanderers reveal their ultimate destinations.
Aboard a yacht fit for a princess, Ute Junker finds the access to wildlife as exclusive as royalty could ever want.
Kelsey Munro is not immune to the charm of a sea lion or the forces of nature while exploring the teeming archipelago.
Our writers stretch out on some of the world's most unusual beaches, from quirky to quaint, bizarre to beautiful.
Dugald Jellie hears the calls of nature on the Galapagos Islands, 150 years after Charles Darwin's revelation.