Fernandina Island is one of the remarkable gems of the Galapagos archipelago. This volcanic island is the youngest and westernmost of all the islands. With its untouched landscapes and unique ecosystem, Fernandina Island offers an extraordinary glimpse into a world virtually untouched by human presence. Its towering shield volcano, La Cumbre, dominates the island's landscape, with its volcanic cone reaching impressive heights. This island showcases a captivating blend of barren lava fields, rugged cliffs, and surreal vistas that create a captivating backdrop for the diverse and fascinating wildlife that inhabits its shores.
Visitors to Fernandina Island can witness the remarkable sight of marine iguanas basking in the sun, flightless cormorants diving into the crystal-clear waters, sea lions and sea turtles swimming peacefully in its shorelines.