Located on Isabela Island's north coast between the Cerro Azul and Sierra Negra Volcanoes. Punta Moreno is known for its coastal lagoons surrounded by black lava flow where you can find several bird species. The view is panoramic and includes the Galapagos' three active volcanoes, including the Cerro azule (Isabela Island), La Cumbre (Fernandina Island), as well as the Sierra Negra. Lunch.
It is a penguin breeding site on the island. Elizabeth Point, located on Isabela's west coast is a popular marine tourist site. Red Mangrove Cove is a popular place to see brown pelicans and flightless cormorants. Also, you can often spot spotted eagle-rays, gold rays, sea lions, or spotted rays. Dinner.
The base of the Alcedo Volcano is situated between Elizabeth Bay Tagus Cove. Wet landing. The trail is approximately 3.20 km long. We can see land iguanas and tortoises. Also, it is possible to observe red and blue lobsters. Lunch.
Fernandina, which is the third largest island of the Galapagos, has just one visitor site, Espinoza Point. It's famous for its large marine iguana colonies, as well as the Galapagos Penguin, flightless cormorant and snakes. Espinoza Point is a great place to admire Fernandina's beauty and the volcano that last erupted on May 2005. Fernandina Island is the only one without mammals, and its open spaces are very fragile. We take extra care to walk with caution from January until June when the marine iguana is nesting. Dinner.
The volcano is situated on Isabela Island, to the West of Darwin Volcano. We will come across several pirate names and inscriptions dating from the 1800s. Darwin Lake is a 9-meter deep saltwater lake that contains no fish. Birds of all kinds are common. Lunch.
This site has two coves and a spectacular bay. Watch out for the seahorses and sea turtles. Also, look out for the bizarre Mola-mola sunfish. Dinner.
Palo Santo Wood and its beach are the main attractions. The stunning landscape is also a major attraction. Lunch.
The black sand is formed by volcanic deposits from the Pan de Azucar Volcano. This volcano has a saltwater crater that evaporates during warm weather. In 1928-1930, there were explorations for a possible salt mine, but the decision was made that it would not be feasible. The use of woods that were endemic to the area by the workers also caused environmental damage, and so the project was abandoned. The descent into the salt mines is prohibited. Dinner.
The beach measures one kilometer in length and is situated to the north of Santa Cruz Island.
The name was given to the site during WWII when two American barges were left on the beach. Early colonists could not pronounce barges properly, so called the area Bachas.