Galápagos – Playa Las Bachas

The trip to the Galápagos Islands not only allowed us to enjoy the unique natural ecology of the islands in comfortable conditions, but also allowed us to understand Darwin's theory of evolution in a more sensible way. The world is a fascinating place to explore!

Galápagos – Pinnacle Rock

We walked up the wooden walkway and soon reached the top of Isla Batolomé. From here, the most iconic views of the Galápagos are all in front of us. Isla Batolomé is shaped like a pear, with a long stalk that runs deep into Sullivan Bay. The pointy Pinnacle Rock are located on one side and are only then revealed in their full glory.

Galápagos – Chinese Hat

Viewed from the north, Sombrero Chino does look like a hat. But such a hat can be found not only in China, it is also very common in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

Galápagos – Red Beach

The most unique feature of Rábida island is its fine red sand beach. The white waves lap up against the red sand, a beauty that would be ranked on the top among all the beaches of the world.

Galápagos – Star Wars Beach

Puerto Egas, Santiago Island. The erosion created many rock stacks along the shore, some of which are more than half a meter high. They have this layered swirling structure. The dark lava stack with the unique shape covering large area as far as the eye can see. The view gives a rather supernatural feeling.

Galápagos – Float in the Wind

Isla Albany is several rocks jutting out of the water from Santiago Island. Isla Albany is a great place for snorkeling because of its complex rock formations and attached coral that provide an ideal place for marine life.

Galápagos – Equator Crossing

Punta Vicente Roca, Isabela Island. Punta Vicente Roca is located at the mouth of the seahorse-shaped Isabela Island, with intense volcanic activity. From here, northward, we cross the equator and will return to the central waters of the archipelago.

Galápagos – Chasing Dolphins

Punta Espinoza, Fernandina Island. It was definitely the most spectacular scene we have ever seen. We were surrounded by nearly 100 dolphins and sea lions speeding forward with us. Usually two or three dolphins were swimming side by side, riding the waves, playing and cheering. They burst out of the sea, drawing a beautiful arc, and then submerged in the water.

Galápagos – The Pirate Bay

Bahía Urbina and Caleta Tagus, Isabela Island. Isabela is the largest island in the Galapagos Islands. Bahía Urbina, where we are in the morning, has the only species of tortoise that survives naturally in the archipelago. Afternoon time in Caleta Tagus, Darwin Lake is a lagoon separated from the bay by a narrow ridge. The lake is in the turquoise color and the branches of Palo Santo trees on the hills like arms embrace the sky. The scenery is very beautiful.