The Galapagos, an archipelago of volcanic islands that are known for their unique wildlife studied by Charles Darwin. The findings Darwin collected on his world journey in 1835 contributed to the evolution theory and the concept of natural selection. Today the Galapagos are still a mesmerising place full of vibrant colours, old stories and traditions, nature and animals you won't see elsewhere. As a volunteer, you will live on the Galapagos islands, pass seals sleeping on park benches on your way to work and sunbathe side by side with them in the afternoon. This isn’t your everyday experience. What more do you want? Let's go!