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Galapagos Islands Large Map Isabela Island Fernandina Island Santiago Island Rabida Island Bartholomew Island North Seymour Santa Cruz Island Santa Fe Island South Plaza Island Floreana Island Espanola Island San Cristobal Island Genovesa Island Mosquera Islet Daphne Islet
Bartholomew Island
Visit the Pinnacle Rock and the white-sand beach: the best area to get photos of Galapagos penguins. »Read more
Daphne Island
A popular stop for scientists researching the unique qualities of the Galapagos finches. »Read more
Española Island
Being the oldest island, has wildlife that adapted to special conditions of Gardner Bay and Suarez Pt. »Read more
Fernandina Island
No foreign species has ever invaded Fernandina and her pristine ecosystem is a point of pride. »Read more
Floreana Island
One of the islands with the most interesting human history and one of the earliest to be inhabited. »Read more
Genovesa Island
Formed by the remaining edge of a submerged crater. Its nickname of “the bird island” is clearly justified. »Read more
Isabela Island
The island's seahorse shape is the product of the merging of six large volcanoes into a single landmass. »Read more
Mosquera Island
The island consists is a long narrow stretch of white sand, rocks, and tide pools. »Read more
North Seymour Island Explore the rocky coast, passing colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. »Read more Rabida Island
A bird-watcher’s delight. Species includes Flycatchers, Galapagos Hawks and Brown Pelicans. »Read more
Santa Fe Island
A volcanic uplift that hosts a forest of Opuntia and palo santo. Endemic land iguanas are often seen »Read more
Santiago Island
Marine iguanas, sea lions, fur seals, land and sea turtles, flamingos, dolphins and sharks are found here. »Read more
South Plaza Island
South Plaza
has one of the largest populations of land iguanas in the Galápagos. »Read more
San Cristobal Island
The first island in the Galapagos that Charles Darwin visited during his voyage on the Beagle. »Read more
Santa Cruz Island
The island that hosts the largest human population in the archipelago at the town of Puerto Ayora. »Read more