After an amazing trip to Antarctica in November, we’re excited to welcome Good Morning America and Amy Robach back to Lindblad Expeditions, this time to explore the magical islands of Galápagos! Tune in to GMA February 21-26 as Amy reports live from the National Geographic Endeavour II as part of GMA's "Extraordinary Earth" series. Here are a few photo highlights from the trip so far.  Get Inspired By Photos, Videos, Webinars, Stories, And Exclusive Offers. Sign Up

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Guests explore the waters around Floreana Island by kayak. (photo by Joshua Vela)

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Flamingos look for a meal in the brackish lagoon at Punta Cormorant on Floreana Island. (photo by Heidi Farmer)

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A brightly-colored Sally Lightfoot crab peeks out from under a rock. (photo by Gracie Boliek)

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National Geographic Endeavour II from above. (photo by Joshua Vela)

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A pelican takes flight, with National Geographic Endeavour II in the background. (photo by Heidi Farmer)

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Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach looks out onto the water. (photo by Gracie Boliek)

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Kicker Rock, also known as León Dormido. (photo by Gracie Boliek)

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Amy Robach feels the sand between her toes. (photo by Joshua Vela)

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Nazca boobies silhouetted against the sunset. (photo by Pablo Barrera)

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"A beautiful end with a few of our @goodmorningamerica crew to a long and fulfilling day in one of the most incredibly beautiful and unique places on earth." —Amy Robach

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The sun sets on the islands. (photo by Gracie Boliek)