As far as anybody knows, the Galapagos never had a "native" tribe like you find on Easter Islands or Papua New Guinea. The people who live on the islands now are those who came over after the islands were discovered, the majority coming from Ecuador.
The official language of the islands is Spanish, though you can find practically every language there from English to Hebrew.
Because the islands rely so heavily on tourism, it's very easy to get around without speaking Spanish.The majority of the people are Roman Catholic, though the islands do have other churches.
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