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You have to come to this island, if for nothing else to take the perfect picture of your trip! There are not a lot of opportunities to hike on the islands, but this island offers a nice climb to the perfect observation point where you...More
From the northern port on Santa Cruz, its a 2 hour boat trip to Bartolome - well worth a day on the water. You pass Isla Daphne Mayor filled with wildlife; it's no longer accessible to tourists. As you approach Bartolome, take not of the...More
This island is one of the most special ones in Galapagos.
You can take a day tour from Santa Cruz Island or check the cruise itinerary to visit this island.
The first visit is to the summit, although is a little tiring with many stairs,...More
This is where you go to get that iconic picture of the Galapagos landscape---pinnacle rock and the beautiful bay below. You do have to earn it though--about 364 steps, give or take. However, the payoff is immense. Along the way, while your on Mother Nature's...More
When planning your trip to the remarkable Galapagos, don’t pass up an opportunity to get to Bartolome. While it can be a bit expensive to get there, it is one of the most remote and beautiful locations I’ve ever seen. It is the iconic image...More
This volcanic island is made up of many volcanos. A well constructed board walk takes you over the lava fields up to a great lookout point. With views over both sides of the Island. Checkout the pinnacle rock that the Americans shaped through target practice...More
The thing to do on Bartholome Island is to climb the mountain, via a set of 314 steps. There are places to rest along the way, so you can take your time. The mountain is about 400 feet tall. At the top there is the...More
Visited on our cruise itinerary, climb to top not that challenging, plenty of observation/ resting spots. Worth it for view of pinnacle rock at the top and photo opportunity. We then snorkelled round the point and were joined by half a dozen Penguins, darting amongst...More
We booked a day trip with Nature Galapagos & Ecuador tour company around 4 to 5 weeks before our trip on-line. The tour guide was awesome, super knowledgeable and friendly. This is an absolute classic must-see if you go to the Galápagos. The views are...More
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We were there end of December to end of January but I’m sure February won’t be much different. Weather was awesome! Nice and warm in the 80s. We were there 10 days and not a drop of rain. I think we had maybe 2 overcast... More
We were there end of December to end of January but I’m sure February won’t be much different. Weather was awesome! Nice and warm in the 80s. We were there 10 days and not a drop of rain. I think we had maybe 2 overcast mornings but it cleared by lunchtime.
I believe North Semour and Bartalomeo would be the 2 must, but if you can't manage both, here are some points. Bartalomeo offers a very beautiful view over a few volcanoes collapsed around while you are trekking up one of... More
I believe North Semour and Bartalomeo would be the 2 must, but if you can't manage both, here are some points. Bartalomeo offers a very beautiful view over a few volcanoes collapsed around while you are trekking up one of them. This tour is not about the wildlife, since it is a volcano. North Seymour is a fantastic trip, because you can see the birds, land iguanas, sea lions.