Mar 05, 2018 - National Geographic Islander
In our first full day of expedition, we had the opportunity to explore two satellite islands of Santiago Island.
Even though they are just a few miles away from each other, they look very different from one to another.
Bartolome Island is one of the best places to explain the geological formation of Galapagos because you can see spatter, cinder and tuff cones which are very common all over the Archipelago.
Rabida Island on the other hand it is a perfect place to understand why in Galapagos we have up to six different coloured beaches, all of them being volcanic origin except the white sand ones.
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