Wild Stories from the Middle of King Neptune’s DomainOn my recent trip aboard Yacht La Pinta in the Galapagos Islands (I think it’s my 847th by now), I had the pleasure of meeting a group of Aussies, a couple from South Africa, a fun group sponsored that had been sponsored by a US zoo, plus some other great explorers from various origins. We were also treated to the fact that, on this trip in particular, we got to explore the islands around the same time that Charles Darwin visited them back in 1835. Read More
10th to 16th February 2017On board Yacht La Pinta, we visited Isabela Island in the Galapagos. Isabela is the largest island of this archipelago. It is composed of five volcanoes – Cerro Azul, Sierra Negra, Darwin, Wolf, Alcedo – all of which are actually still considered active! Today we will visit Urbina Bay. Read More
Yacht La Pinta 13th to 20th January 2017Our visit to Isabela Island begins early in the morning. We are aboard Yacht la Pinta. Traveling from Seymour Island to Punta Vicente Roca (Isabela Island), took us almost 10 hours of navigation. This visitor site is known for hosting colonies of Galapagos fur seals, the nesting sites of Nazca boobies, not to mention flightless cormorants, penguins, and marine iguanas. Read More
9th January to 13th January 2017
Chinese Hat and Santiago IslandChinese Hat is small islet located just off the coast of Santiago Island in the Galapagos archipelago. From our cruise on board Yacht La Pinta, we have come to visit this island, which can be a great place for spotting Galapagos penguins! Read More
Fernandina Island in Galapagos is the youngest of all the volcanic islands in the archipelago. This makes it a unique tourist destination with lava flows and virtually untouched wildlife colonies.