Join the CFI Travel Club on
an expedition to The
June 20-30, 2014
Straddling the equator at the confluence of three ocean currents lies one of the greatest living museums on Earth: the Galápagos Archipelago. Once an outpost for whalers and a hideout for buccaneers, the Galápagos Islands are still an icon of adventure, but now the treasure is scientific—and the passage is vastly improved!
When Charles Darwin set foot here in 1835, he had no idea how important the island wildlife would be to his understanding of all life, but his observations here were a key inspiration for his theory of evolution.
This is your chance of a lifetime to observe what he observed, to experience the abundance of Galápagos wildlife, and to learn from nature’s living laboratory, all while enjoying the company of like-minded people!
Every day you’ll come face to face with the extraordinary animals that inspired Darwin’s Greatest Idea. Imagine your very own close encounters with the famous Galápagos giant tortoises, blue-footed boobies, terrestrial and marine iguanas, penguins, finches, sea lions, fur seals, frigate birds, albatrosses, cormorants, flamingos, dolphins, rays, and sea turtles!
On our expedition, you will experience:
“Please join me and our special guests for an unsurpassed adventure—one that will be both intellectually rich and awe-inspiring.”
Ronald A. Lindsay
Center for Inquiry President & CEO
R. Elisabeth Cornwell · Evolutionary Psychologist
Lawrence Krauss · Renowned Physicist · Director, Arizona State University’s Origins Project
Sir Harold Kroto · Nobel Prize-winning Chemist · Professor, Florida State University
SPACE IS VERY LIMITED—
make your reservation today!