Española Island

Aug 28, 2017 - National Geographic Islander


Española is an island like no other: Gardner Bay and Punta Suarez were at their very best today. In the morning we had all the water activities with snorkeling and a beach, and in the afternoon a walk among hundreds of seabirds. It is only the beginning of the trip and this Island has put our expectations quite high.

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Enrique Silva

Naturalist

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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Mark Coger

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Growing up in a military family, Mark Coger has been traveling most of his life.  While living in Japan, he developed his passion for videography.  He began his venture in the field of video production by filming numerous events for a local high school and the military community before moving to Southern California, where he obtained his degree in filmmaking at California State University Northridge.  From there, he went on to produce and direct his first major short film, An American Journalist which was screened at the Method Film Festival.

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