The Gianny Arismendi Galapagos Interpretation center in San Cristóbal, Galapagos, aims to provide a complete history of the Galapagos and give visitors a more holistic understanding of these islands' unique habitats and wildlife.
There are also interesting exhibits covering the Galapagos' human history, and the conservation efforts in place to preserve the archipelago, and undo some of damage human occupation has brought.
For those who are interested in the geology of the archipelago there is a complete exhibit on the volcanic birth of the Galapagos and how this impacted on the habitats present here.
Your Galapatours expert guide will be able to answer any further questions raised by your visit to the Center and can help you to link what you will learn here to what you will see as your Galapagos journey continues.
Where does the name Gianny Arismendi come from? The Directorate of the Galapagos National Park recognized park ranger Gianni Arismendi Guerrero, one of the park rangers of San Cristóbal, for his 27 years of work dedicated to environmental education.
Highlights at Interpretation Center Gianny Arismendi
- The history and habitat of Galapagos, all under one roof
- A great documentary of the scientific research going on on the islands.
Hiking, Exploring the museum