BARTOLOME Bartolome Island is an incredibly stunning island and it's considered one of the most beautiful in the world. What makes it unique are the vibrant colors, diverse landscapes, and the wide array of animal species that call it home. To explore the island, we will climb up 300 wooden steps, and along the way, we'll come across unique lava cacti. Our ascent will also provide an opportunity to learn about the fascinating geology and volcanology of the area. Once we reach the top, we'll be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the landscape. One of the highlights [...]



ESPAÑOLA Espanola Island is one of the smallest and oldest islands in the Galapagos Archipelago. It is situated in the southeast region, approximately 2 hours away by yacht from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristóbal Island. This volcanic island is notable for its isolation, which has led to a high percentage of endemic species. Punta Suarez is located on the western side of Espanola Island and offers a scenic 2-hour walking trail (1.6 km). Along the path, you can observe coastal cliffs and a variety of animal species, including Galapagos Hawks, Espanola Cactus Finches, Nazca Boobies, Blue-footed Boobies, [...]


Isabela Island

ISABELA ISLAND Isabela Island is situated in the northwest part of the Galapagos Islands. It is the largest island in the group and has a shape resembling a seahorse. This island is known for its significant volcanic activity, with six volcanoes present: Ecuador (which is inactive), Wolf, Darwin, Alcedo, Sierra Negra, and Cerro Azul (which are active). Isabela Island covers an area of 4670 square kilometers, reaches a maximum altitude of 5600 feet, and has a population of approximately 2,344 people. It is the only island in the Galapagos Archipelago that is crossed by the Equatorial Line. Originally, [...]


Kicker Rock

KICKER ROCK Kicker Rock Islet, also known as "León dormido" (Sleepy Lion), is located an hour's boat ride from Puerto Baquerizo Moreno. It consists of two towering rocks that emerge dramatically from the ocean, resembling a sleeping lion, hence its name. This place is a remarkable treasure—a result of ancient volcanic activity and erosion—comprised of volcanic tuff formations that reach an impressive height of 148 meters. The cliffs of Kicker Rock serve as a nesting and resting place for various marine birds, including Nazca Boobies, Blue-footed Boobies, and Frigatebirds. During the snorkeling activity, you'll have the opportunity to [...]


North Seymour

NORTH SEYMOUR North Seymour is located to the north of Baltra Island, and it takes about an hour of navigation from the Itabaca channel to reach there. This island was formed due to tectonic activity that occurred over millions of years, resulting in intermittent rises of an underwater lava formation that accumulated layers of sediments, eventually reaching its current level. North Seymour has served as a sanctuary for land iguanas. In the years 1932 and 1933, around 72 land iguanas from Baltra Island were brought to North Seymour by Captain Alan Hancock and his crew. This action was [...]


Plazas Island

PLAZAS ISLAND Plaza Sur is one of the two small islets located east of Santa Cruz Island. Approximately one-hour Navigation from Santa Cruz Channel. Plazas Sur is the Island to be visited and Plaza Norte is for research purposes only. The natural and scenic beauty of Plaza Sur is due to the fact that during the dry season, the scattered Opuntia Cacti contrast with the Sesuvium, adopting an intense red color, and during the rainy season the Portulaca blooms and fill the eastern part of the islet with yellow color. Upon reaching the island we will be able [...]


San Cristobal

SAN CRISTOBAL San Cristobal Island is the fifth largest island in the Galapagos Archipelago, situated on the eastern side. It spans an area of 557 square kilometers and reaches a maximum altitude of 2395 feet. The island is home to approximately 7199 people. The name "San Cristobal" comes from the Patron Saint of the sea, Christopher, while its old English name, Chatham, honors William Pitt, the first Count of Chatham. The capital of the Galapagos Archipelago, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, is located on San Cristobal Island. In 1835, the renowned scientist Charles Darwin first landed on the Galapagos Islands, [...]


Santa Cruz Island

SANTA CRUZ ISLAND Santa Cruz Island is the second largest island in the Galapagos Archipelago, located in the center of the islands. It covers an area of 986 square kilometers and has a maximum elevation of 2,835 feet. The island is home to approximately 15,700 people. Santa Cruz Island was also known by its English name, "Indefatigable," which was given to it in honor of the British ship HMS Indefatigable. During World War II, the Japanese navy launched an attack on the United States naval base in Pearl Harbor. In response, the United States Navy sought a defense [...]


Santa Fe

SANTA FE ISLAND Santa Fe Island is a small and beautiful island located in the central part of the Galapagos archipelago, southwest of Santa Cruz Island. To reach this stunning place, we will embark on a one-hour boat ride from Puerto Ayora. There are two types of tours available to explore Santa Fe Island: Land & Snorkel Tour: A gorgeous white sand beach where playful sea lions await welcome you. As you step ashore, we'll embark on a walk through a unique forest of endemic cacti, which happen to be the tallest cacti in the entire archipelago. Santa [...]