Bartholomew and Jervis Islands

Feb 18, 2019 - National Geographic Islander


Today we woke up in front of Bartholomew Island and visited the mountain by walking up a wooden boardwalk all the way to the top, where we had the best possible vantage point of the iconic Pinnacle Rock and James Island. After breakfast we went snorkeling and had an Ecuadorian lunch as we sailed to Rábida Island. In the afternoon we kayaked, snorkeled, and visited the red sandy beach of Jervis Island. Another great day ends.

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Fabian Bucheli

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Fabian Bucheli studied at the German School in Quito, graduated from the University of California with a bachelor of science in administration, and earned a master’s degree in international management from Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona. He has studied in Germany, France, Belgium, and Austria and is fluent in German, French, English, and Spanish. He has always been in love with nature and conservation. Explaining abstract concepts became second nature as a teaching assistant in biodiversity and evolution (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) while working towards a PhD in environmental risk management.

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