The volcanic formations on Bartolome Island are other-worldly. From its lookout point you’ll find the best view of the entire Galapagos.
North Seymour island has a trail that takes you into the wilderness. Observe the flora and fauna of one of the Galapgos Islands that is not inhabited by humans
Santa Fe Island, is one of the most famous tours in Galapagos. You will snorkel with turtles, sharks and with luck the sea lions will swim.
Pinzon Island is a thrilling experience, you’ll have the chance to swim with Tintonera Sharks, rays and, occasionally, penguins.
Floreana Island was the first island on the Galapagos that I toured and I fell in love with its history and nature.
South Plazas Island is home of the hybrid Iguanas, a species born of a night of madness between a land and marine iguana.