This wonderful island has stunning landscapes as well as wildlife, both beneath the waves and on land. Several marine species live here, which we enjoy using our many tools of exploration to experience, such as kayaks, paddleboards, glass bottom boat, and snorkeling.

Outstanding landscapes are visible from all angles making it easy to appreciate the island’s volcanic origins. Some evidence, young and sterile, borders older parts which are already colonized by plants and animals, creating such a striking contrast.

Before the locals and tourists, the island was visited by pirates, whalers, and naturalists like Charles Darwin, who spent most of his time on this island.