This is a nice trip where you will get to see some great views of the island and also get to walk in moon-like areas around the volcano.
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If you are spending any time at all on Isabella Island, this is something to see. The slopes down to the floor of the volcano reminded me of the cliff coast of Kauai Island Hawaii - very lush. That may explain why one of the...More
Our day started with breakfast at 7 am. We then made our lunches and then in our limousine for the trip to the Sierra Negra Mountain to climb the volcano. The drive took approximately 45 minutes then we started our climb. They explain to you...More
We had a guide that explained the various volcanic geological attractions. We were lucky enough to have a clear day, so the view of the various geological formations, the crater and the east and west coastlines was fabulous. The hike was comfortable and not strenuous....More
We walked 16km to view Sierra Negra close up and it was worth it. On the way up the cloud cover prevented us seeing much but as the day went on the cloud cover lifted and we could see more and more. The views across...More
We took a "short" hike up to the top of the first caldera. Quite an amazing view in all directions. Aside from the views we saw plenty of birds and butterfly's. be carecal as you walk as there are numeroustree roots etc that you can...More
Warning: this is an intense 16km tour taking between 4 and 5 hours! But the experience is quite unique: Sierra Negra crater is one if the largest volcano craters on earth (10 kilometers in diameter), and the view from the rim into the crater is...More
Climbing to the top of this volcano was one of the highlights of our visit to the Galapagos. A good gentle workout, and gorgeous vistas. If you are adventurous you can go completely around the rim - a much longer trek, but enjoyable.