Oct 31, 2017 - National Geographic Endeavour II
Today we disembarked on the largest island of the Galapágos. Isabela Island, Urbina Bay was our destination this morning where we finally tasted a glimpse of the hot season, were impressed by reaching the home of the land iguanas, and lucky enough to spot a giant Galapágos tortoise.
We then enjoyed our well-deserved Ecuadorian lunch as we reposition for Tagus Cove. Here we did all kinds of water activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, snorkeling, Zodiac cruise, and a quick 2-mile trek to an impressive volcanic landscape.
We are now back onboard celebrating Halloween. I have done many Daily Expedition reports, and this one is dedicated to the more than 60 people who operate as crew, staff, and officers, working tirelessly day in and day out. They always make sure all things are considered so that our guests have the best time of their life in the Galapágos Island. To our guests and our super heroes.
Today, our expedition continues and we have become a big family.
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