Isabela Island is the largest Island in the Galapagos archipelago. It is made of a backbone of five huge shield volcanos, starting from the north: Wolf, Darwin, Alcedo, Sierra Negra, and Cerro Azul. All these massive volcanos are active, and about every three years we have an eruption on one of these volcanos.
National Geographic Islander
We are halfway through our expedition aboard National Geographic Islander , and today we visited two different islands in the Galapagos. In the morning, we explored the shores of Chinese Hat by Zodiac, kayak, and snorkeling. We found amazing wildlife, like penguins, Galapagos hawks, sea lions, and more. Midday, National Geographic Islander moved location to a place called Sullivan Bay, where we explored one of the largest eruptions in the Galapagos in the last 200 years.