Aug 22, 2017 - National Geographic Islander
We spent the day in the western part of the archipelago visiting the younger islands. Isabela is the largest, showing its majestic shield volcanoes and spectacular coastal line ideal for options like Zodiac rides and snorkeling. It was amazing, all we got to see, and so close! In the afternoon we visited Fernandina Island and took an incredible walk where we observed marine iguanas, flightless cormorants, and Galapagos sea lions. This visitor site holds immense lava flows as dark as the color of the only sea going lizard of the world! What a great day!
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