Isabela Island is the largest in the archipelago and is made of six volcanoes. This morning, we explored the central-southern region of Isabela. We went ashore and looked for giant tortoises and land iguanas. After walking, we returned to the shore for a refreshing swim, and our young explorers had the opportunity to learn how to drive the Zodiacs.

In the afternoon, we arrived at Tagus Cove and offered different activities. We enjoyed kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, and Zodiac rides along the cliffs of Tagus Cove.