Ecuador

Guest Blog by Olivia

isla seymour norte
First glimpse at a land iguana! Unfortunately, this poor guy didnt make it. This island was also covered in birds. We saw a ton of baby boobies!
 
 
 
 
 
punta vicente roca
We saw this guy while on a panga ride through a sea cave!
 
 
 
 
 
punta espinosa
We walked across new lava rock for this hike. Along the way, we encountered a large sea lion, too many lava lizards, a whale skeleton, and some marine iguanas.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
tagus cove – isabella 
This hike started in a bay where old ships would write their names on the cliffs. What looked like graffiti was a decades old guestbook. Also, this baby sea lion was blocking our way up the stairs while he posed for pics!
 
 
 
 
 
isla rabida
My favorite hike! We saw a couple Galapagos Hawks and the landscape, with the red dirt and bright green cactus contrasting with the deep blue ocean, was very beautiful.
 
 
 
 
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Thank you, Olivia, for your unique view of the islands. You were a great travel companion, and we hope to share more adventures in the future.
 
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Categories: Ecuador, Galápagos Islands, Travel

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  1. Wonderful photos. That one of the Isla Rabida landscape is amazing, and also the bleached-out skeleton against the dark sand.

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