Isabela and Fernandina Islands

Feb 05, 2019 - National Geographic Islander

These islands are considered by geologists to be the two youngest formations in Galapagos, but that does not keep them from showing their true colors as some of the area’s most biologically diverse destinations. It is privileging to be able to explore these lands and see our guests learn about and appreciate the rich confluence of geology and marine life that makes these islands part the biological powerhouse that they are.

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About the Author

Walter Perez

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Walter was born in a very small town on the mainland of Ecuador. His first trip to the Galápagos was when he was 12 years old, visiting friends and aunt, who had moved to the islands. From the first moment he saw the Islands, he fell in love with them and knew then where his future home would be.

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