Charles Darwin didn't discover evolution alone, you know. His trips in the Beagle to the Galapagos islands were supported by august institutions such as the Royal Geographical Society, founded in 1830 to advance geographical sciences. And they can help you get there too, thanks to a partnership with luxury cruisers Silversea. Guests on a trip to the Galapagos islands, for example, will get access to a whole bunch of special content designed to make sure that by the time you rock up, you'll know everything there is to know about natural selection. Who knows? You might even discover a large seabird or a new kind of turtle. They’ll name it after you, and you’ll be famous forever. That’s got to be worth a cruise. Seven-day trips to the Galapagos depart from Ecuador on the brand-new, all-suite Silver Galapagos liner beginning in late September. Tickets start at $42,295. 800-908-793, www.silversea.com .