Jan 09, 2019 - National Geographic Endeavour II
This island happens to be the last site which was visited by Charles Darwin during his famous Voyage of the Beagle. It is as rich in human history as it is in natural history, an island like no other, with its contrasting landscapes, ranging from very recent lava flows to lush and green cloud forests.
Today, National Geographic Endeavour II visited three different sites on this island, starting with a pre-breakfast walk for photographers, and a natural history lecture for everybody else. Later in the day, our guests had the opportunity to kayak and snorkel in two prime locations.
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