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  • colourful Iguana, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
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The Galapagos Islands - Themes

Adventure

Isabela

Isabela is the Galapagos’ largest island covering an area of 4,640 square kilometres and is a dominated by 6 shield volcanoes, all but one still active – Alcedo, Cerro Azul, Darwin, Ecuador, Sierra Negra and Wolf.

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Directors Choice Destinations

MV Eclipse

Among the best boats in the Galapagos, the MV Eclipse is a majestic 210 foot expedition vessel that combines classic elegance and comfort with first class service and an intimate small ship atmosphere.

Tastefully decorated throughout, the Eclipse abounds with space from the charming lounge and library to the generous observation deck.

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SS Mary Anne

Evoking the rich heritage of the elegant tall ships of yesteryear, the SS Mary Anne is a beautiful motor-sailor that abounds with traditional character.

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Honeymoon

Pikaia Lodge Hotel Information

Perched on an extinct volcano with sweeping views across Santa Cruz island, Pikaia Lodge is a stunning contemporary eco-lodge that has raised the bar in terms of land-based Galapagos tours. At 450m above sea-level, it occupies a private Tortoise Reserve between the arid savannah and tropical highlands and enjoys near perfect conditions year round.

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Wildlife

Espanola

Southernmost of the Galapagos Islands, Española is also one of the oldest whose dramatic cliff tops of Punta Suarez teem with sea-birds including Nasca and blue-footed boobies, oystercatchers, tropic birds and Galapagos hawks. More famously, the island provides the only nesting site in the entire archipelago for waved albatross which arrive between April and December.

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Genovesa

One of the Galapagos’ most remote islands and often overlooked by cruises, Genovesa is a huge horse-shoe bay and sunken crater that teems with bird life. From the pristine coral beach of Darwin Bay, a trail leads past tidal lagoons to a viewpoint overlooking colonies of frigate birds and one of the largest and only nesting sites of the red-footed booby.

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Pikaia Lodge Hotel Information

Perched on an extinct volcano with sweeping views across Santa Cruz island, Pikaia Lodge is a stunning contemporary eco-lodge that has raised the bar in terms of land-based Galapagos tours. At 450m above sea-level, it occupies a private Tortoise Reserve between the arid savannah and tropical highlands and enjoys near perfect conditions year round.

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