Since November 13, National Geographic Russia editor-in-chief Andrei Dubrovsky is hosting a blog about his travels.
The first entries will be dedicated to a spectacular journey to the Galapagos Islands – an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean located 972 kilometers (604 miles) west of Ecuador. The islands are famed primarily for their great variety of fauna, and for serving as the impetus for Charles Darwin’s theory on the evolutionary appearance of species. Andrei Dubrovsky and the National Geographic Society embark on a journey to these remote islands.
Exciting stories of the National Geographic Russia editor-in-chief’s new travel routes can be read daily at the web site