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An island in the middle of the Galapagos chain, popular for water-based activities.
A protected mangrove estuary on Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos Islands.
One of the smaller of the Galapagos Islands and home to Pinnacle Rock, which offers spectacular views.
Explore the mile-long trail to see a variety of wildlife and the cove where countless vessels have anchored.
Scuba dive around Daphne Minor or obtain a permit to visit Daphne Major and see scientists at work.
A popular diving and snorkelling site thanks to the abundance and diversity of marine life in its waters.
A city famous for its pristine beaches and rich cuisine, located near where the iconic Panama hats are made.
The tourist hub of the Galapagos Islands, Puerto Ayora is the place to start of your Galapagos expeditions.
Follow this rugged trail to see many seabird colonies and get stunning views of many natural wonders.
A scenic tourist site where turtles can be seen laying their eggs at a particular time of the year.
Sunbathe on this black sand beach and take in the views of Sugarloaf Volcano.
Head to this marine visitor site located by a scenic bay to practice various water-based activities,
From this visitor site you can explore the volcanic island of Fernandina and its many endemic species.
Relax on the red sand beach, then go looking for flamingoes and other rare animals on the walking trail.
A beautiful area at the foot of two volcanoes, home to many different species, including wild tortoises.