Opportunity for whale-watching from Moreno Point to Elizabeth Bay, and from Tagus Cove to Espinosa Point.
Fernandina Island is the youngest island of the Galapagos and offers
beautiful volcanic landscapes; it is probably the only island in the
world completely free of introduced species.
Espinosa Point offers a nice walk with the largest marine iguana of the Galapagos, a sea lion colony and tidal pools.
Puerto Villamil on Isabela Island is one of the few inhabited areas of
the Galapagos; visit Sierra Negra and a giant tortoise breeding center,
with a chance to see flamingos at a lagoon in town.
Opportunity to spend time with Galapagueños and learn about life in the Islands.
Tagus Cove offers a visit to Darwin Lake with a medium intensity walk.
Great place for deep-water snorkeling with sea turtles and penguins, as
well as a dinghy ride to observe sea birds.
Humedales in Puerto Villamil are the best sites in the entire
archipelago to observe migratory birds to possibly find more than 20
species in a single spot.
Punta Moreno has a panoramic view of three volcanoes, the most active of
the Galapagos: Sierra Negra, Cerro Azul of Isabela Island and La Cumbre
of Fernandina Island.