Urbina Bay & Tagus Cove
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 29 Sep 2021

Urbina Bay & Tagus Cove, 9/29/2021, National Geographic Islander

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  • Galápagos

Today National Geographic Islander visited Isabela Island. We started the journey in Urbina Bay, where we saw our first giant tortoise and the biggest land iguanas of the archipelago. The sun was hiding during the hike, giving us shade to enjoy a fresh walk. At the end of our visit, the sun came out, which was perfect because we wanted get in the water to snorkel.

During the afternoon we sailed to Tagus Cove. Here inside of the protected area, we had the chance to use our paddleboards, kayaks and snorkeling gear. We also explored this amazing area by Zodiac. Others hiked to the top of the island for a spectaculars view.

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