Apr 16, 2018 - National Geographic Islander
Today the National Geographic Islander anchored right before sunrise in front of one of the most volcanic islands in the archipelago. Bartolome Island is an eroded tuff cone with stunning landscapes; our guests had a pre-breakfast option to climb to the very top with the best light and temperature of the day to observe the surrounding Islands.
Rabida Island or as we call it “The Red Island”, is a product of several volcanic eruptions of a very explosive nature, but the most striking feature of all is the color, a very intense red that contrasts the faint green of the “Palo Santo Trees” that inhabit the eroded slopes of this place.
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