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Volcanic Eruptions Galore! Fernandina Island concludes, Isabela Island is just getting started!

By | News
Our always dynamic Earth gave us a show about ten days ago with a powerful, delightful, and impressive eruption on Fernandina Island (La Cumbre Volcano). Just like most Galapagos eruptions, this one lasted about a week. Yacht La Pinta actually even got the chance to witness it in all its glory as it saw the complete eruptive process right from the start, managing to sail relatively close to where the lava itself was emerging. Ultimately, it offered guests and crew a beautiful window into a fireworks show unlike anything else in Galapagos, all of it courtesy of Earth’s mantle. Read More
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La Pinta Expedition Journal: Santa Fe Island in Galapagos – Sharks vs Sea Lions!

By | Animals, Galapagos
Today’s visit was a walk on the beautiful beaches and trails over on Santa Fe Island in Galapagos. Santa Fe Island in Galapagos offers guests the exciting chance to see numerous colonies of sea lions. They serve as quite the tourist attraction for each of our guests that opt for experiencing the Galapagos aboard our Eastern Galapagos Islands itinerary. Read More
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Cerro Dragon on Santa Cruz Island: A Testament to Conservation Efforts in Galapagos

By | Galapagos
Cerro Dragon on Santa Cruz Island is a beautiful visitor site that can be explored on Yacht La Pinta’s Western Islands itinerary. The island itself offers a great location to experience sunsets and is also a remarkable testament to one of the many conservation efforts that the Galapagos National Park has implemented throughout the archipelago in order to help combat the presence of invasive species. Read More
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Commemorating the Last Day of Charles Darwin’s Visit to Galapagos

By | Galapagos, History
October 20th, 1835 – The HMS Beagle has now concluded the end of its Galapagos Islands survey. This is the last day of Charles Darwin’s visit to Galapagos. By this point, Captain Fitzroy, his Officers, and Crew have prepared the vessel for the extra long 3,200-mile (5,150 kilometer) crossing of the Pacific Ocean. Next Destination: Society Islands (Tahiti). Read More