Punta Vicente Roca (Isla Isabela)
In the afternoon we snorkeled along the cliffs of the sunken Ecuador Volcano, in the northern tip of Isabela Island. Since there was no landing site at this location, we also did a coastal exploration by panga, where our naturalist-guide explained the geology of the area with remains of lava flows and tuff stone layers. This is the nesting place for flightless cormorants, the only birds in the world that have changed their condition of flying birds to diving birds. Wildlife included sea lions, Galápagos Penguins, Blue-footed and Nazca Boobies, and noddy terns.
Day 3 : Isla Isabela
Panga Ride
Panga Ride
Snorklers
Snorklers
Galapagos Penguin viewed while snorkeling
Galapagos Fish viewed while snorkeling
Galapagos Fish viewed while snorkeling
Sea Lion Viewed While Snorkeling
Sea Turtle Viewed While Snorkeling
Sea Turtle Viewed While Snorkeling
Blue-Footed Booby
Galapagos Penquin
Cave in Isla Isabela