For our last full day in the Galapagos Islands, we stopped and visited Santiago Island, an enigmatic island with a great diversity of animals and history. It is the land of giant tortoises and a hidden spot for the first explorers of the ocean, appropriately named Buccaneer Cove. With perfect weather conditions, we investigated the marine life by taking part in some water activities.

In the afternoon we stopped by Puerto Egas. An important spot on the island as it is a symbol for conservation and history. Between marine life, inorganic beaches, and a beautiful contrast of vegetation, we enjoyed a wonderful day punctuated with a colorful rainbow.