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Punta Espinoza

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Reviewed 13 February 2018

In our eight day cruise, this was among our most favorite stops. It provides a sense of remoteness. There are a massive number of iguanas in a scenic landscape. It felt like we were visitors on another planet. There are a lot of crabs and...More

Thank alaskantravelnut
Reviewed 1 December 2017

Ecoventura took us to Fernandina Island, the youngest and most pristine of the Galapagos Islands, on their yacht, "The Letty", where they took us on a guided tour at Punta Espineza. We landed surrounded by mangroves and made our way on the lava to an...More

Thank Jim R
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Puntas Espinosa is located at Fernandina Island, The youngest of all and actually there is an active volcano there, that recently erupt again. As it is a young island all the land is made of solid magma, and lava. The plants there are more like...More

Thank AlexC2388
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We did a exploration walk in the late afternoon and it was amazing. Beautifull landscape and adondand wildlife: marine iguanas, flightless cormorants, sea lions, fur seals, sally-lightfoot crabs... And a beautifull sunset to end the tour.

Thank Luc S
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Visited on a low tide...and the green, algae covered rocks contrasted superbly with the blue skies & water, the brilliant beaches and the stark black lava flows. Together with the mangrove and lava cacti...the stunning scenery was an epic backdrop for the amazing wildlife...and not...More

Thank chris p
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

We visited this location as one of the stops on our Galapagos cruise. There were hundreds of Sally Lightfoot crabs and marine iguanas. This is also a great place to be in very close proximity to a lot of sea lions - adults and babies....More

1  Thank tkecincy
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Punta Espinoza on Isabela Island was amazing! There were so many marine iguanas. Truly you had to watch where you stepped. I actually got a little freaked out because I had to walk through a colony of iguanas. They had no fear and were perfectly...More

1  Thank Mary V
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Take a hike to Punta Espinoza on Fernandina Island within the Galapagos to see the animal wildlife you've always heard about. Be cautious where you are stepping - there are thousands of marine iguanas lying around on the volcanic rock - everywhere. Sea Lions are...More

Thank LuxeFamilyFun
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

This area is quite sensational, the rock scape is ruggedly beautiful with the sea smashing over the coastal areas. We found a huge colony of Iguana here that didn’t seem to mind our intrusion. This is one of the islands where in 2016 the temperature...More

Thank GaryandLesleyTravel
Reviewed 28 January 2017

You do not know where and what you want to focus your eyes on, every where there some kind of wildlife. Is like Nat Geo channel just appear in front of your eyes. You would not believe your eyes when you see the amount of...More

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Olivia S
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Response from chris p | Reviewed this property |
Hi Olivia, We had a week's cruise aboard Isabela. As well as the awesome walk and sights...we had a superb snorkel offshore...and then had the good luck to catch up with a lone hunting Orca. But...for us...the place itself... More