The seven-time world champion of Formula One arrived yesterday to the enchanted islands and will stay until Friday.
Prior to his arrival in Galapagos, the German made a stop in Manta for immigration checking. Schumacher came to Isabela Island, the largest of the archipelago, in his private jet M-IKEL.
According to sources in the region, the German driver stayed at the Royal Palm in Isabela, accompanied by Jean Todt, current president of the International Automobile Federation.
The Galapagos Islands of Ecuador are a usual destination of great personalities of the world, who come to admire its enchantments, those that served the English scientist Charles Darwin to develop his theory of the natural evolution of species.