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The highlight is the waved albatross. Espanola is the only island where they mate and if you go in the mating season from May to December you will be treated to the sight of thousands of birds with quite a number of pairs doing a...More
This island is packed with wildlife. Marine iguanas were all over the rocks near the beach, we saw so many birds including the waved albatross, galapagos hawk and all three boobies. The walk was over uneven ground at times so good footwear is essential and...More
On arrival at the beach we were meet by a large herd of sea lions playing on the sand. They were oblivious to our presents and just continued around us. We went on a guided walking tour for approximately 2 hours. It’s mostly boulders so...More
This was a great stop on our Galapagos cruise. We saw a multitude of wildlife from sea lions on the beach, albatrosses, large colonies of Nazca Boobies, hawks, marine iguanas and even some sea life during our snorkel session.
We stopped here on our trip through the Galapagos and really enjoyed our walk. We saw many, many marine iguanas, nascar boobies, other birds and lizards. The albatross had left by the date of our trip. Our walk took us out to the blowhole, which...More
Literally on landing we were confronted by a seal lion suckling her pup who took one look at us and went back to sleep. You could hear the pup suckling, awesome. Next up, the path almost blocked by a countless number of iguanas, you had...More
Along with Genovesa, this is a must for any birder visiting Galápagos. Up close and personal with the Waved Albatross as well as other great sea birds. Also had good views of the endemic Mockingbird and other finches. The marine iguanas are also fantastic here...More
We visited here as part of an all day boat tour from San Cristobal island. You have to tender over from the boat and do a wet landing. I highly recommend sturdy athletic shoes or hiking boots as some of the trail is over rocks...More
Family traveling with two teens. Dry landing on a concrete pier. Iguanas and Sally Lighthouse crabs everywhere. Birds, sea lions with pups swimming in the water, and multiple albatross doing their mating dance. Overwhelming with the amount of wildlife. Espanola is very rocky with steep...More