After a long navigation from the center of the archipelago, we headed west towards the islands of Isabela and Fernandina. Our early-rising guests got up well before breakfast to observe Roca Redonda, an island that emerged not too long ago and is actually the peak of an underwater volcano. It is also home to many seabirds such as gulls, petrels, blue-footed boobies, and many others. After half an hour of observing this marvelous geological formation, we saw some bottlenose dolphins, mola molas, and sea lions swimming near Isabela Island.

After breakfast, we had the opportunity to visit Punta Vicente Roca and its surroundings. We closely observed part of the Ecuador Volcano and its gigantic cliffs. Along the shore, we discovered a fur seal habitat, a species that arrived in the Galapagos from Antarctica millions of years ago. We also saw many sea turtles, colorful fish, and, of course, Galapagos penguins swimming away from the coast in search of food.

In the afternoon, we headed towards Fernandina Island, the youngest island of the Galapagos. There we could see marine iguanas everywhere as we walked along a completely new water flow and had time to discuss the geological history of the islands.