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    Islets of Las Tintoreras

    5
    1 review

    The Islets of the White Tip Shark, Las Tintoreras is a wonderful place to see various Galapagos creatures and in varying landscapes. on Tintoreras, we were able to see playful sealions, resting white tip sharks (from a safe distance), sleeping and active iguanas, different species of birds while hiking on jagged volcanic rocks, smoothed out volcanic fragments with coral skeletons, ...

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  • 2

    Flamingo Lagoon

    5
    1 review

    Flamingo Lagoon is a fresh water lagoon where visitors can find the namesake flamingos frolic freely. This lagoon is the busiest during flamingo mating season when the males do their best to attract the females' attention. Coming up here is a nice little hike that is very easy to manage.

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  • 3

    Elizabeth Bay

    5
    1 review

    with jaggered volcanic rocks peeking out of the water, Elizabeth Bay is where visitors in boats or kayaks come to see the Galapagos penguins, blue footed boobies, and other birds like pelicans and red sally lightfoot crabs all get along harmoniously on this marine life rich bay.

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  • 4

    Puerto Villamil Pier

    5
    1 review

    Puerto Villamil Pier is the entry and exit point on the island of Isabela in the Galapagos. The pier is absolutely wonderful with mangroves and birds, sealions and penguins (yes penguins) greeting us as we arrive, as we go on our boat trips, and as we return. The pier is full of activities and not just of people shuttling to ...

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  • 5

    Cromwell Current

    5
    1 review

    On the west side of Isabela Island in the water is where the nutrient and food rich Cromwell Current flows thus attracting many different marine sea life...this means wonderful snorkeling/diving spots for us mere humans. To get here, we must take a water taxi and then off into the water we go. The current is a bit strong but being ...

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  • 6

    "Arnaldo Tupiza-Chamaidan" Giant Tortoise Breeding Center

    5
    1 review

    We came here to learn about the different subspecies of the giant Galapagos tortoises. It is so amazing to see the work that's being done to preserve the legacy of these wonderful animals. Most of them will live hundreds of years, yet it is so amazing to see how they are being bred. It is a very long process indeed!

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  • 7

    Mangrove Boardwalk

    4
    1 review

    a series of walkway created and managed by the Galapagos National Park that leads visitors from the beach to the tortoise breeding center and back. The boardwalk traverses through mangroves, salt water lagoons, marshes, and volcanic field. This short 1 mile walk alone already show cases, but only a small glimpse at that, the amazing fauna and floras that the ...

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  • 8

    Island Chivas

    5
    1 review

    in addition to walking, the island chives are great way to travel about within the island of Isabela. Chivas are open air buses that provides unobstructed views of the plants/animals outside and are fun to ride in. Getting in and out may be a bit of challenge due to its height though but the ride itself is functional AND fun.

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