Galapagos Islands Retreat

March 2020

A bucket list destination. One of the most biologically diverse and unique destinations on Earth. The Galapagos Islands. Escape to this iconic archipelago in the equatorial pacific, 1000km off the coast of Ecuador, and witness some of the rarest life forms that we’ve ever discovered with daily yoga practice mixed in, giving you a sense of balance and creating a state of mind to truly soak it all in.



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The wildlife

The Galapagos Islands are home to some of the highest levels of endemism (species found nowhere else on earth) anywhere on the planet. About 80% of the land birds you will see, 97% of the reptiles and land mammals, and more than 30% of the plants are endemic. More than 20% of the marine species in Galapagos are found nowhere else on earth. Favorites include the giant Galapagos tortoise, marine iguana, flightless cormorant, and the Galapagos penguin — the only penguin species to be found in the Northern Hemisphere. Click on the links below for basic background information on the various wildlife groups found in the Galapagos Islands.

The islands

The Galapagos islands are approximately 1000km offshore of mainland Ecuador. They are made up of 18 main islands and 4 minor islands, 97.5% of which are designated as Ecuadorian National Park land in an effort to protect the incredible biodiversity that inhabit the islands.


The Yoga

Our Yoga practices will be accessible to all levels, new or experienced alike, held in an open-air space overlooking lush gardens. Led by Kyla MacKinnon, Taylor MacGillivary and Uriel MacGillivary, practices will be diverse and include invigorating flow (vinyasa) and calming restorative poses, breath work and meditation.