Oct 17, 2017 - National Geographic Endeavour II
It was our second day in the western part of the archipelago and we enjoyed great weather conditions. In the morning, we visited Urbina Bay, located at the base of the Alcedo Volcano; it is an amazing visitor site as this area was uplifted in 1954! We enjoyed observing the Galapágos land iguanas, the beautiful flowers, Darwin finches, and even one Alcedo giant tortoise. In the afternoon, the National Geographic Endeavour II was repositioned towards Tagus Cove, a historical site used by whalers; the HMS Beagle anchored here too. Our guests were delighted with several options: kayaking, paddleboards, snorkeling, a Zodiac ride along the coastal area, and an invigorating walk where the landscape is breathtaking! Great place, wonderful weather, and unique wildlife. What an awesome day!
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