Today we spent a full day on Isabela, a seahorse-shaped island has many splendid places to see. We explored Urbina Bay in the morning, a place that did not exist above the water before 1960s. Coral heads and shells found inland are proof that the area was once under the water. Nowadays it has a lush forest with many species of plants, a population of Galapagos land iguanas, and Alcedo giant tortoises. We had the opportunity to see it all! In the afternoon, we explored Tagus Cove through various means. Snorkeling, kayaking, Zodiac cruising, and hiking. It was a day full of enjoyment and discovery!
- Daily Expedition Reports
- 06 Jun 2023
Urbina Bay and Tagus Cove, Isabela Island, 6/6/2023, National Geographic Endeavour II
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