We started our morning on the oldest island of the archipelago with an amazing pre-breakfast kayaking outing along one of the cliffs of Española Island. After breakfast we visited a stunning coralline, soft, white sand beach with turquoise waters, named Gardner Bay where we spent the morning with dozens of sea lions in a breeding colony. Later on, we went for deep water snorkel to enjoy the deep blue at Garner Islet.

In the afternoon we headed to Punta Suarez, the home of the Galapagos albatross. We hiked to find this astounding and unique marine bird. In addition, we also found the Galapagos hawk, blue-footed boobies, and Nazca boobies’ nesting grounds. Today’s visit was outstanding!