Isabela Island

Aug 23, 2017 - National Geographic Islander


Today was the last day we spent on the island of Isabela. Here we visited the famous uplifted area of Urbina Bay, where there is a good number of land iguanas. And in the afternoon we visited the popular anchorage site for whalers called Tagus Cove. In the afternoon we had plenty of options for snorkelers, kayakers, hikers, and Zodiac riders.

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Enrique Silva

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Enrique was born on San Cristobal Island, which is the political capital of the Galapagos. His parents moved from mainland Ecuador in the 1980’s, as did many other Ecuadorians, in search of better work opportunities.

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