Isla Isabela and Isla Fernandina Islands

Tagus Point (Isla Isabela) Highlights:
Historically an anchorage for pirates and whalers was named for the British naval vessel that moored here in 1814. The names of those old ships are carved into the rock above the landing. Tagus Point offers a breathtaking view of Isabela, its volcanoes, and a saltwater lagoon

The coves quiet waters make for an ideal zodiac ride beneath its sheltered cliffs, where blue-fitted boobies, brown noddies, pelicans and noddy terns make their nests, and flightless cormorants and penguins inhabit the lava ledges. Along the shore seabirds, penguins, sea lions, sea turtles and nesting flightless cormorants can often be found

Excursion options include a scenic zodiac ride for wildlife viewing, a long, faster-paced walk, and optional snorkeling. This is a dry landing.

Mangle Point (Isla Fernandina) Highlights:
This is a small inlet on Fernandina’s coast where sea lions, penguins, and flightless cormorants reside. Our excursion here is a
zodiac ride to view wildlife and enjoy the beauty of the coastline. If conditions allow, we will enter the inlet for closer viewing.