The Galapagos Islands were internationally recognized as a Biosphere Reserve under the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme in 1984. In 1986, the Galapagos Marine Resources Reserve was established, including all waters within 15 nautical miles of a baseline joining the outermost points of the Galapagos Islands. This was upgraded to a Biological Reserve of Marine Resources in 1996.
Tourists are admitted into three of six zones and parts of islands are designated as 23 Intensive Visitor Zones.
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