Punta Cormorant, Champion and Post Office Bay

Nov 19, 2019 - National Geographic Islander


Early this morning we went for a walk at Punta Cormorant, and observed blue-footed boobies, American flamingos, and Pacific green sea turtles – it was a fantastic morning! After breakfast we went around Champion Islet and encountered more wildlife, Galapagos sea lions, Galapagos shear waters, and brown noddies to name a few. Our guests enjoyed great snorkeling with silvery and colorful fish and in the afternoon, after a visit to Post Office Bay, we went kayaking among the protected waters of Baroness Bay. We saw so many Pacific green sea turtles and white-tipped reef sharks. Another great day in Paradise!

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Vanessa Gallo

Naturalist

Vanessa Gallo’s grandparents arrived in the Galápagos Islands in 1936, making her the third generation of her family to live and work in this magical archipelago. She left the islands for the capital city of Quito for high school, where she discovered that learning foreign languages was one of her main interests. Coming from a family of naturalist guides, it was not a surprise that she also became one at the age of 17. Vanessa left the islands once again for Switzerland, where she earned a diploma in tourism and strengthened her language skills and knowledge of the travel industry. She has also travelled extensively to destinations including as Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Canada, the Canary Islands, Mauritius, and many European countries.

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