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Charles Darwin Research Station

A must-see while in Puerto Ayora, Santa Cruz Island, the biological research station known as the Charles Darwin Research Station is a great way to take in ...  Read more

Isabela Island

Being the largest of the Galapagos Islands, Isla Isabela is one of the most intriguing tropical islands in the world. Approximately 1 million years old, the ...  Read more

Tortuga Bay Beach

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This white sandy beach area is one of the most famous in the Galapagos, both for its beauty and for its wildlife. Sightings of marine iguanas, sea lions, ...  Read more

Bartolome Island

Isla Bartolome, located off the east shore of Sullivan Bay, is a small but beautiful island most famous for its iconic Pinnacle Rock, arguably one of the most ...  Read more

Canal del Amor

Anyone who is looking to make the most of Santa Cruz in the Galapagos cannot miss an opportunity to see the Canal del Amor, or the Love Channel. The complete ...  Read more

Cerro Brujo

Cerro Brujo or “Wizard’s Hill” is one of the best white sand beaches in the Galapagos for walking, bird watching and encountering wildlife. It gets its name ...  Read more

Fernandina Island

The unique island of Fernandina is found on the west side of Isla Isabela, and is one of the least visited islands in the Galapagos. Its active volcanic state ...  Read more

Garrapatero Beach

One of Santa Cruz’s most peaceful and tranquil settings, the 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) of sand that compose El Garrapatero Beach is a tropical paradise. It is ...  Read more

Genovesa Island

Though relatively small, Genovesa Island is one of the most interesting in the Galapagos chain. Composed entirely out of a shield volcano, the horseshoe-shaped ...  Read more

Isla Lobos

Isla Lobos is a small, flat island located off the coast of San Cristobal Island known for its snorkeling and diving. Beside its rocky shores lie calm waters ...  Read more

Las Tintoreras

Las Tintoreras is a small group of islands where lava formations have created several different natural habitats, thus enabling a wide range of Galapagos ...  Read more

Leon Dormido

The translation of Leon Dormido, a giant rock formation rising sharply out of the ocean, is “sleeping lion.” The remains of a lava cone split into two parts, ...  Read more

Santa Cruz Island

Santa Cruz is easily the most central island for Galapagos visitors. Welcoming overnight visitors (only four of the islands do so), it can serve as the perfect ...  Read more

Seymour Island

Not to be confused with the island of South Seymour, more commonly referred to as Baltra (the location of the main Galapagos airport, as well as a military ...  Read more

Sierra Negra Volcano

There’s nothing quite like the view from one of South America’s most active volcanoes and the world’s second largest crater, Sierra Negra. The last ...  Read more

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