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Every island landing and visitor site in the park (which holds 95% of the land in the islands) has defined pathways where visitors are expected to walk.
Visitors may *not* go beyond the established limits of the path/viewing area as these are laid out so as to avoid nesting grounds and other fragile aspects of the ecosystem.
Every visitor to the Galapagos must be accompanied by a licenced guide, and these men and women take their responsibilities as guardians of the visitor sites very seriously. They have the authority to send visitors who do not heed the warnings to 'get back on the path' back to the boat.
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