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It's always great to get outstanding feedback from our guests.

"For most people, a trip to the Galapagos is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so you want to get it right. The itinerary matters, the quality of the boat matters, the expertise of the naturalist matters, and since it's a remote location, safety matters. We researched a long time before we found INCA and the MV Integrity. We cannot imagine a more bespoke experience, tailored to the needs of just 16 lucky passengers, where there is the perfect combination of luxury and expertise. For the foodies, rest assured what you’ll get is better than most 5 star restaurants (I'm still dreaming of the casuela your Chef Enrique made),and wine is cellared in proper climate controlled wine refrigerators. It felt like every single day was an exploration of the best of nature with learned friends. This was one of the best travel experiences we have ever had".
- Stacey L., Origin of Species October 15, 2016
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Congratulations Dr. Linda Cayot on 35 years of outstanding work in the Galapagos Islands
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From all of us at Integrity, we wish our friends, guests and colleagues a very happy holidays.
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Naturalist Guide Spotlight: Richard Polatty
Originally from Atlanta, Richard has been living in Ecuador for the past 26 years. Educated at Vanderbilt and Emory Universities, Richard began guiding in the Galápagos in 1985 to rave reviews.
Richard has also been guiding expeditions in Antarctica for over 18 years. He has been an expedition leader on four different ships and is a veteran of nearly 60 round trips to the Antarctic. Additionally, he has done research with the Antarctic Site Inventory for Oceanites (funded by the National Science Foundation).
An avid astronomer, Richard has ground his own telescope lenses, constructed telescopes and taught astronomy classes for the Galápagos National Park Naturalists Course. He has travelled internationally to witness and photograph 7 total solar eclipses. Richard is also an active pilot with land and seaplane ratings in the US and Ecuador, and also serves as a patrol plane pilot with Galápagos National Park Service.
For more on our hand picked naturalists, see:
http://www.integritygalapagos.com/naturalist-guides/
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Guest on our western itinerary are getting a spectacular display this week. Wolf Volcano is erupting for the first time in 33 years. There is no current danger to wildlife or visitors sites.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-32882500
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Gardner Bay on Española Island.  First stop on our Eastern Itinerary.  For more info: http://goo.gl/U8gO0r
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Gardner Bay, Española Island, Galápagos
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Thrilled to have award winning +MovingArt filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg on our June 18-28 Galapagos voyage.
http://goo.gl/MplN0c
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