Jan 22, 2019 - National Geographic Islander
National Geographic Island navigated to one of the furthest visitor sites in the Galapagos that required crossing the equator, twice! We arrived at Punta Vicente Roca located at the snout of the seahorse-shaped island. This is an outstanding place for exploration on the surface and underwater.In the afternoon we traveled south to Fernandina Island, the Galapagos’ youngest and westernmost island. We had a great walk along Fernandina’s volcanic shores, and along the way there were several sunset bottle-nose dolphins to greet us.
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