Sea Lion in Galapagos

Galápagos - Going Where Awesome Is

Americas Winter Sea
January 17 - January 26, 2025

Galápagos aboard National Geographic Endeavour II

Christina Riehl *11, Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Professor Riehl studies the evolution of animal behavior, especially of tropical birds. She has worked at field sites in Latin America for over 20 years, including Panama, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and the Galápagos. She is affiliated with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Princeton's High Meadows Environmental Institute, and Princeton's Program in Latin American Studies. Professor Riehl holds a BA in Biology from Harvard and earned her PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton in 2011.

About the Journey 

The Galápagos Islands are nothing short of magical. Join Princeton Journeys on a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to this special place, and discover why it’s one of our most popular destinations. 

Kayak or stand-up paddleboard along volcanic shores, lounge on beaches with sea lions, snorkel with turtles and abundant fish, and observe the iconic blue-footed boobies and giant Galápagos tortoises. A team of Lindblad Expeditions naturalists and a photography expert will help you make the most of the experience, and your expedition vessel, National Geographic Endeavour II, is well-equipped for up-close exploration. Space on this adventure will not last; secure your place now! 

Please note: Princeton travelers will be joined by those from Lindblad Expeditions. 

Video courtesy of Lindblad Expeditions. 


Please register online or contact the Princeton Journeys team at / 609.258.8686 with questions.

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