Following in Darwin’s Footsteps in Galapagos
What will make your visit here truly exceptional are the many opportunities for close encounters with wildlife. The islands and surrounding waters are quite literally teaming with exotic and curious creatures that have never learned to fear humans. This translates into a series of daily peak experiences including snorkeling with playful sea lions, tracking giant tortoise in the wild and trading stares with unconcerned iguanas. Bird life is abundant, varied and fearless. You may have to give way as a blue footed booby crosses your path, or have the opportunity to observe a Galapagos hawk perched just a few steps away, as a waved albatross launches itself off a cliff on a journey that will encompass thousands of miles.
The Galapagos seas tend to be calm, making travel by yacht the ideal and only way to experience the full spectrum the islands have to offer.
You could visit Santa Fe, South Plaza Island, Darwin Bay, Prince Phillip Steps, Punta Espinosa, Tagus Cove, Espumilla Beach, etc.